Tottenham Hotspur have already introduced two new signings to their squad this summer in the form of Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke, who was loaned back to Leeds United (BBC).
However, I believe that Spurs will need to sell some squad players before they are able to bring in too many more this transfer window.
Not only do Tottenham need to get some players off their wage books, but they also need to make room in their squad for new additions.
With Spurs said to be looking at Dani Ceballos (Sky Sports) and Giovani Lo Celso (BBC) in the central midfield positions, it would seem logical for me that one of the current crop will have to move on.
In my view, this comes down to Eric Dier or Victor Wanyama. Neither of these players are homegrown, so neither have an advantage in that area.
However, for me, I think Tottenham could simply get more money for Eric Dier, being the younger player and an England international.
I was a huge fan of Dier when he burst onto the scene, as a defensive midfield sweeper ahead of the back four.
However, in my opinion, he has now bulked up far too much, losing what pace he had. He has also become sloppy on the ball for me, and covers far less ground than he used to.
I was hoping that Dier would kick on and become one of the best defensive mids in the country, but I can only see him slipping back further behind the likes of Ndombele, Winks, and Sissoko in the pecking order.
If Spurs can get £35m-£40m for him now, I would take it and run.
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