Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino has labelled five players within Jose Mourinho’s squad as not being good enough for Tottenham Hotspur.
The talkSPORT radio presenter believes that Tottenham’s squad is a mix of five of six quality players with a number which he claims are either mediocre or not up to the required standard.
The former Republic of Ireland international named Ben Davies, Moussa Sissoko, Eric Dier, Davinson Sanchez and Serge Aurier as those who are not good enough.
Eric Dier found himself back on the bench alongside Sissoko for the 2-0 win against West Bromwich Albion yesterday after his foolish challenge which cost his side a penalty during the defeat to rivals Chelsea in midweek, while Davies, Sanchez and Aurier all made the starting eleven.
Tottenham have experienced a difficult few weeks which saw them finally return to winning ways yesterday, ending their run of suffering three successive top flight defeats.
He told talkSPORT: “I think they have a really funny squad if I am brutally honest,” said Cascarino. “They have got five or six really good players.
“Obviously, Kane. I am putting Son in there. I would put in Hojbjerg I think is a very decent player. I would probably go Alderweireld, at the back, I really like. Reguilon, who is injured and a massive loss.
“Then I think there is a lot of mediocre and then there are players that I think are not good enough.
“I don’t think Davinson Sanchez is good enough. I don’t think Aurier is good enough. I don’t think Ben Davies is good enough. I am not sure about Eric Dier. For me, he is a squad player and not much more – I don’t think Sissoko is good enough. It’s really strange.”
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