Report claims that Spurs have made eight players available for transfer

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have already made two promising signings this transfer window, putting an end to the 18-month drought that proceeded them.

Jack Clarke signed from Leeds United earlier this week on an initial fee of £10m, but was immediately loaned back to his former club for the 2019/20 season (BBC).

Spurs then broke their transfer record to land Tanguy Ndombele on the same day, with the Frenchman moving from Lyon for an initial fee of £53.8m (BBC).

However, Spurs may have to free up some more cash if they want to bring in any more high-profile signings this summer.

Metro have now released a list of eight players who Spurs are apparently willing to sell this transfer window, although they do not plan to part with all eight.

First team stars Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose, Victor Wanyama, and Serge Aurier were all included in the eight-man shortlist, while fringe player Vincent Janssen also made it.

Youth prospects Josh Onomah, Cameron Carter-Vickers, and Marcus Edwards are also said to be available to buy before the new season starts.

Which of these would you like to see stay, and which should go?

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  1. I hope that all these articles regarding the future of Danny Rose at Spurs sre are all roumours. In ny mind He weares his heart on the badge. It is true he had a little tantrum last year, but towards the middke of the season that was forgotten and he was back to his normal self. The aggresion and determination to do well was there for all to see. I for one would like him to stay. Please please.

  2. I think Danny Rose is the only sad one on that list. He has served us well. Offers so much more in an attacking sense than Ben Davies. They just seem to see £££ signs for him and Trippier as they are 28 now. I thought Trippier was dreadful. He was always a back up player. Most of the World Cup form was against poor sides. Aurier is always injured and just so thick. He hasn’t improved. Wanyama was great in his first season, but he relies on his physical attributes and he has looked off the pace for some time. I also wonder what Dier offers, as he isn’t getting any better. Good young players would have made it by now. Marcus Edward’s could do to drop down a level and see if he can make it back up. Carter Vickers and Onomah are Championship players. Janssen was a gamble. He was a one season wonder in Holland. That league isn’t near the PL standard wise, so you never quite know what you’re going to get. I’m happy N’Dombele is done. We must keep strengthening.


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