With world football coming to a temporary halt due to the global coronavirus pandemic, there is uncertainty surrounding when action will resume and if the current season will even be completed (Sky News).
It comes as no surprise that some clubs have already begun turning their attention to next season and Tottenham arguably have more work to do than most in the summer transfer market.
The squad is in need of a rebuild and Jose Mourinho has been backed to put his own stamp on the squad in the summer (Football Insider).
The club also has three first-team players who will be out of contract in the summer, according to The Mirror.
It is revealed that Jan Vertonghen, Michel Vorm and Japhet Tanganga will all see their current deals with Tottenham expire at the end of the campaign.
Vorm is expected to leave at the end of the season after only re-joining the club in October following Hugo Lloris’ elbow injury (BBC).
Vertonghen has also been linked with a move away from the club with former club Ajax and Napoli said to be keen on recruiting the Belgian (Telegraph).
Spurs are said to be in talks with academy product Tanganga over a new contract after impressing for Mourinho’s side following his Premier League debut in January (Evening Standard).
Spurs Web Opinion
It is pretty clear that Vorm is leaving at the end of the season and that Tanganga is likely to sign a new deal and stay on. To be honest, I believe that Tanganga likely has an extension clause for this next season anyway. The only real question is about the future of Vertonghen, which looks up in the air at the moment. If the season is cancelled, then I don’t think the Belgian has done enough to be handed a new contract by the club.
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