Spurs ready to sell four first teamer’s

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LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 14: Mousa Dembele of Tottenham Hotspur is challenged by Gabriel Jesus of Manchester City during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City at Wembley Stadium on April 14, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images)

Tottenham are preparing to raise around £170million in funds by selling four first team stars this summer.

According to various news sources the club are willing to offload Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, Victor Wanyama and Mousa Dembele as long as they receive substantial bids for each.

Rose, Alderweireld and Wanyama are all valued in the £50m bracket while Dembele, who has one year left on contract, can go for around £20m plus.

The club want to finish the season with a flourish and claim Champions League qualification following a disappointing climax to what was a promising campaign.

Some players have been key to Maurico Pochettino’s plans but the club are willing to sacrifice them to help rejuvenate the squad for next season we move to our new ground.

Pochettino has spoken openly about improving his side and changing their mentality to finally claim silverware.

Left back Rose has been at Tottenham for more than a decade, having joined the London club from Leeds in 2007. However the England international, who criticised Spurs’ transfer policy last summer, has fallen out of favour and made has made only 14 appearances this season.

Alderweireld, meanwhile,was a regular at the heart of Spurs’ back four in the early months of the campaign but has made only one league appearance since October while his international team-mate Dembele has played 235 games for Tottenham and has become popular among supporters following his move from Fulham in 2012.

Wanyama, meanwhile, was signed by Pochettino from his former club Southampton in 2016.

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