The season is firmly underway and we are now past the second international break mark, but Tottenham fans will still be thinking of what is to come for some of the club’s players going forward.
Spurs will not have to worry about the contracts of some of their key players for a while, including Heung-min Son who the club tied down to a long-term deal over the summer.
However, a host of names are quickly approaching the end of their current deals – the biggest being club captain Hugo Lloris, who is at risk of departing North London for free at the end of the season.
With chiefs Daniel Levy and Fabio Paratici surely looking set to go through a handful of negotiations and difficult decisions in the coming months, here is a look at when the contract of every Spurs player at the club expires (TransferMarkt).
Hugo Lloris – June 2022 – The 35-year-old’s contract situation is Spurs’ biggest problem to deal with and they may be pressured into negotiations quickly to avoid losing him for nothing at the end of the season.
Pierluigi Gollini – June 2022 – Gollini is currently on a season-long loan at Spurs, but the club could exercise an option to make the deal a permanent one at the end of the campaign.
Alfie Whiteman – June 2022 – Loaned to Swedish side Degerfors, Whiteman’s contract could expire by the time he returns to Spurs in the summer.
Brandon Austin – June 2022 – Another goalkeeper whose deal is set to expire in the summer after returning from a period on loan with Orlando City in MLS.
Emerson Royal – June 2026 – Joined Spurs over the summer and signed a five-year contract in the process.
Matt Doherty – June 2024 – Has failed to cement a position at right-back but currently has a while to prove himself.
Japhet Tanganga – June 2025 – The versatile defender was rewarded for his breakthrough into the senior squad last year signed a new contract in July 2020.
Cristian Romero – June 2022 – Similar to Gollini, Romero joined the club in the summer on an initial loan, but the club could activate the £42.5 million option to buy in his clause. Should Spurs go through with the move, his contract will be extended until 2027.
Eric Dier – June 2024 – Signed an extension in July last year, so currently doesn’t pose an immediate problem for Spurs.
Davinson Sanchez – June 2024 – Another one of the players the club does not need to worry about for now, after the Colombian signed a long-term deal upon joining the club in 2018.
Joe Rodon – June 2025 – Signed a five-year deal after joining from Swansea City in October 2020.
Cameron Carter-Vickers – June 2022 – Joined Celtic on loan over the summer, who have an option to buy him permanently at the end of the season. Spurs could extend his deal for an extra year.
Sergio Reguilon – June 2025 – Joined Spurs in September 2020 and signed a five-year deal, but is still at risk of Real Madrid re-signing him, with the Spanish side approaching the final year of their option to do so in the summer.
Ben Davies – June 2024 – Extended his contract by another two years in July 2019, so is not another one for Spurs to think about currently.
Ryan Sessegnon – June 2025 – Joined on a six-year contract from Fulham in the summer of 2019, so has plenty of time remaining.
Tanguy Ndombele – June 2025 – Signed a long-term deal after joining Spurs from Lyon in 2019 and is seen as a key piece in the club’s midfield.
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – June 2025 – Joined from Southampton last season on a long-term contract and has established himself as a go-to option in midfield.
Dele Alli – June 2024 – Still has plenty of time on his contract at the club after signing a new deal back in October 2018.
Giovani Lo Celso – June 2025 – Signed permanently by Spurs in January 2020 just a few months after joining on loan.
Harry Winks – June 2024 – The 25-year-old has slipped out of contention over the last couple of seasons, but his contract length could give Spurs leverage in potential negotiations going forward.
Oliver Skipp – June 2024 – Quickly established himself in the first-team squad after penning a new deal last summer following a successful loan spell with Norwich City.
Harvey White – June 2024 – The youngster signed a new contract last December and is currently on the fringes of making the first-team squad.
Pape Matar Sarr – 2027 – Spurs signed the teenager from Metz over the summer, but loaned him straight back for the entire season. Reports claim the midfielder signed a six-year deal.
Harry Kane – June 2024 – The Spurs talisman has a while to go on his current contract, which may prove to be the stumbling block for sides eyeing up a potential transfer.
Heung-min Son – June 2025 – The club’s South Korean star was recently rewarded for his consistent performances, and penned a new and lucrative four-year deal.
Bryan Gil – June 2026 – The young Spaniard joined Spurs in the summer, signing a long-term contract in the process.
Lucas Moura – June 2024 – Has a while to go on his current deal and continues to be a favourite for Nuno Espirito Santo.
Steven Bergwijn – June 2025 – Signed a long-term deal in January last year after joining the club from PSV Eindhoven.
Dane Scarlett – June 2023 – The highly-rated 17-year-old has started to be in and around the Spurs senior team after signing his first professional contract back in March.
Troy Parrott – June 2023 – Signed a new contract in February last year and is currently enjoying a positive loan spell at MK Dons.
Jack Clarke – June 2023 – Has a while on his Spurs contract after joining the club from Leeds United in 2019.
All contract details acquired courtesy of football database transfermarkt.com.
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