With Tottenham still in desperate need of a rebuild in North London, we wanted to take a look at what we think the club should do with the current squad over the summer. Keep, loan or sell?
Hugo Lloris: Keep. Captain, club hero and not many are better than him.
Matt Doherty: Keep. Selling the right-back doesn’t make much logical sense. He deserves time to improve.
Sergio Reguilon: Keep. At all costs. However, that might not be in Spurs’ hands.
Toby Alderweireld: Keep. Spurs best centre-back – he is getting older but has got to stay.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg: Keep. A calming presence in the midfield; the steel that this side so desperately required.
Davinson Sanchez: Sell. He is too error-prone. It feels like the right time for him to leave.
Son Heung Min: Keep. I mean, come on…
Harry Winks: Sell. Feels like the right time that both parties should separate as he hasn’t hit the heights that his talent could.
Gareth Bale: Send back. The fairy tale signing that hasn’t worked. Injury-prone, demotivated and has mainly warmed the bench.
Harry Kane: Keep. Seriously?
Erik Lamela: Sell. 28-years-old – time to depart Spurs now after a long spell at the club.
Joe Hart: Keep. Clearly a big voice in the dressing room, and a decent enough back-up goalkeeper.
Joe Rodon: Keep. Young, talented and proved his worth in minimal minutes so far this season.
Eric Dier: Keep. Although mistake-prone, his versatility is key. But he should be no more than a squad player for a top side.
Moussa Sissoko: Keep. Provides Spurs with a lot of security and energy. However he is limited – and 31 – but only one of him and Winks should leave.
Giovani Lo Celso: Keep. Injuries have restricted him this season – but he’s clearly talented and will play a big part in Spurs’ future.
Dele Alli: Loan. Right now, providing nothing changes in his fortunes, a loan is best-suited. He can gain confidence, get his swagger back and come back a new player ready to impress Mourinho.
Steven Bergwijn: Keep. At only 23-years-old, there is, without doubt, a talent worth nurturing.
Serge Aurier: Keep. A year ago: it’s a different story. But he has impressed this season.
Japhet Tanganga: Loan. Promising defender, but should go and get consistent minutes somewhere.
Lucas Moura: Keep. Useful player off the bench.
Tanguy Ndombele: Keep. Looks different class these days.
Ben Davies: Keep. A good back-up, albeit not a world-beater.
Alfie Whiteman: Sell. 22-year-old who has barely laid a glove on professional football.
Carlos Vinicius: Send back. Although impressed in the cup competitions, £40 million is too much money. May have to go in the market for another back-up.
Danny Rose: Release. Has to get off the books as soon as possible.
Ryan Sessegnon: Keep. Talented and deserves minutes when he comes back.
Juan Foyth: Sell. Mourinho clearly isn’t a fan, and more suited to a foreign league.
Paulo Gazzaniga: Sell. Far too good for a third choice.
Oliver Skipp: Keep. Winks’ replacement; he’s very talented and excelled at Norwich this season.
Jack Clarke: Loan. Give him more minutes in the Championship.
Cameron Carter-Vickers: Sell. Never cut it in a Tottenham shirt.
Troy Parrott: Keep. Loans aren’t working — so play him in all cup competitions. If his talent starts showing, Spurs have found their back-up.
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