Report: The 10 players Spurs may sell in the summer to raise funds

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur became the first Premier League club in history not to make a single signing over an entire season this year.

However, they will surely be looking at bringing in some new faces come the summer, and with that, some existing players will need to move on.

Whether it’s due to contracts running out, lack of first team football, or they are surplus to requirements, Football London have made a list of 10 Spurs players who may leave come the summer.

Toby Alderweireld- Starting off with perhaps the biggest name, Alderweireld’s contract situation is well known to many Spurs fans. Although his deal was extended an extra season this year, this activated a clause that ensures he will be available for just £25m at one point in the summer. It will probably all come down to whether the man himself would like to see out his contract or not.

Vincent Janssen- Frozen out of Pochettino’s plans until recently, but even since his inclusion in the Premier League squad, he hasn’t even featured on the bench as of yet. Looks to be a dead cert to leave in the summer.

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou- The best thing for all parties concerned would be for GK to have a successful loan spell. That way Tottenham can get some money on a permanent deal, and the player can kickstart his career.

Serge Aurier- Although Serge has improved since first joining Spurs, he can still be a bit of a liability when trusted to defend. He has also found himself behind Kieran Trippier more often that not, and may seek a move away.

Victor Wanyama- Once the first choice central midfielder, injuries and lack of game time have seen Wanyama drop down the ranks, and it now seems that he has Winks, Sissoko, and Dier all in front of him in the queue. Tottenham may look to cash in.

Lucas Moura- A strange addition to the list. Lucas Moura started this season on fire with a brace against Man United, but has often struggled to tie down a consistent starting spot of late. Nonetheless, he should definitely be given more time.

Fernando Llorente- The Spanish striker has proved that he is more than capable of being Harry Kane’s back up if given the chance. A summer move will be down to whether Spurs want to extend his contract by an extra year, or bring in someone new.

Marcus Edwards- Heading to the youth side of things now, and Marcus Edwards, once the shining star of the Spurs academy, now out on loan to Eredivisie side Excelsior. While his performances have been positive, it still may not be enough to force his way back into Poch’s plans.

Joshua Onomah- Again, such a promising young star, but a series of negative loan spells have dented his Tottenham hopes. Often branded as lazy, Onomah will find it tough to break into the Tottenham team.

Cameron Carter-Vickers- It would be a shame if CCV were to leave the club as he looks to be a promising young centre back. Unfortunately, Spurs already have two established young players in this position in Juan Foyth and Davinson Sanchez.

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  1. Out: Trippier, (aurier is improving, Trippier is not) Wanyama (shame loved him two seasons ago) Davies (better at CB, but we have lots of cover at CB) Llorente, Dier (not good enough compared to Winks Sissoko and if we buy a top quality enforcer we should let him go, should get a decent price for him to. Lamela (Moura, Eriksen and Son are better and we can but another top quality wide man with the fee he gets) Agree GKN needs to move on and possibly Onomah, but we need to persever with Edwards and CCV and Janssen I am undecided on, he could still be a decent HK understudy, but I think Poch has proberbly made up his mind on him.

    Anyhow that lot should raise around £120M

    Spend it on Isco, Rabiot, Anderson

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