Two notable omissions from the USA tour signal likely exit from Spurs

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Dom Le Roy

While the Tottenham Hotspur squad head across the pond to start their pre-season tour of the USA, their are two notable omissions from Mauricio Pochettino’s selection.

While the likes of Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris, Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Danny Rose are given extra time to rest following their World Cup campaign, it has allowed Poch to give some other players a chance to step up and impress.
Two players who haven’t needed their passports are Vincent Janssen and Marcus Edwards, which pretty much seals their fate at the club.
Janssen arrived from Spurs a couple of seasons ago for £17million but failed to make the grade and is expected to return to Turkey on a permanent deal with Fenerbahce.
Edwards was once compared to Lionel Messi by Pochettino but is seeking a move away from Tottenham this summer, having reluctantly accepted that his chance of a first-team breakthrough under Poch has gone.

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  1. For me we need to sell Son, Davies, Aurier, Lamela, Sissoko, Rose, NKoudo, Jannsen and dare I say it for being shouted down – Erickson (who hasn’t scored from a direct free kick for nearly 3 years) and replace with Saha, Sessegnon and Shaw or promote Walker-Peters. Play 3 at the back with Trippier in his new England role(taking corners and free kicks) and then, and only then, will I start to believe.


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