Tottenham parted ways with several first team players as well as some youngsters over the summer including the likes of Kieran Trippier, Fernando Llorente, Vincent Janssen and Georges Kevin-Nkoudou.
We have provided an update on how the departed stars are performing at their new clubs and it looks like the summer move is working out well for most of them.
Kieran Trippier has seemingly established himself as an important part of Diego Simeone’s side and has impressed both defensively and going forward. He has reportedly notched up 12 appearances for Atletico Madrid so far and they find themselves just a point behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Vincent Janssen has started finding the back of the net with regularity at Mexican club Monterrey FC after a slow start at the club. He reportedly netted a hat-trick against Cafetaleros de Chiapas in 6-0 win last week that takes his tally to 7 goals in 14 games.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou meanwhile has been getting regular minutes for Besiktas since his move to Turkey but did suffer a thigh muscle strain that saw him miss game time. Upon his return from injury, the winger scored his first goal for the club in their 1-0 win over Denizlispor when he came on as a second half substitute.
However, Fernando Llorente has seen his playing time limited after a great start to life at Napoli.
The 34-year-old is yet to find the back of the net since scoring against Liverpool and netting a brace away at Lecce in September. All but one of his appearances since then have reportedly come from the substitute bench.
Meanwhile, Marcus Edwards is showing why he was so highly rated at Tottenham and is impressing for Vitoria in both the Portuguese league as well as the Europa League.
Finally, Josh Onomah is reportedly getting some regular minutes under his belt at Fulham after overcoming the fitness issues that plagued him in the early part of the season.
Spurs Web Opinion
Despite Tottenham’s poor start to the season and the fact that many of the players we sold are doing well, there isn’t one player in this list I would have still preferred to have at the club. Even with Trippier, it was clear that he needed a new challenge and I still believe Foyth as a higher ceiling as a full back than the England international.
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