Tottenham Hotspur potentially face a busy summer if they wish to get back competing with the top Premier League sides next season.
Over the course of the season, it has been demonstrated that the Spurs squad has many areas of weakness.
Reports indicate that Tottenham will have to sell their fringe players in order to fund moves for their targets this summer, which means that there could potentially be several incomings and outgoings.
Football.London have now revealed that the North Londoners also have big decisions to make regarding the futures of many players, with as many as eight having little more than 12 months left on their deals.
Hugo Lloris, Erik Lamela and Serge Aurier are all contracted with the Lilywhites only until 2022 while Juan Foyth, Joe Hart and Paulo Gazzaniga are also in the same boat.
Additionally, young goalkeepers Brandon Austin and Alfie Whitman will also enter the final year of their deals at the end of the season.
Spurs Web Opinion
With all five of our goalkeepers only having a little over 12 months left on their deals, it does look likely that Spurs might enter the market for a goalkeeper or two in the summer, even if it is just as a back up rather than as a number one. I believe both Lloris and Lamela have shown enough this season to deserve new contracts.
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