Reports indicate that this summer could be quite a busy one for Tottenham with Jose Mourinho attempting to put his own imprint on the squad (ESPN).
However, it is clear that money will be hard to come by this summer, with the club expecting a significant loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic (Mirror).
Football.London claims that the one way the club plan to resolve this problem is by trying to bring in as much as possible through player sales.
Based on the player value data from Transfermarkt, the report has projected how much Spurs hope to bring in this summer.
It is revealed that the North Londoners could be looking to raise a combined £36m from the sales of Danny Rose, Kyle Walker-Peters and Serge Aurier, with an additional £12m for Juan Foyth, £1.8m for Cameron Carter-Vickers, and potentially £18m for Moussa Sissoko.
If the aforementioned players are sold, it is projected that the club would raise a total of around £68m, which could be used to sign Mourinho’s main targets.
Spurs Web Opinion
Football.London seem adamant that Ndombele is staying at Spurs. That seems to be the information the club is feeding to the press. However, I would be extremely surprised if the Frenchman was still at the club by the end of the transfer window as he does not seem to be in Mourinho’s plans. Selling the 23-year-old for decent money could allow us a lot more flexibility in the transfer market.
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