Tottenham Hotspur are in a right muddle with the likes of Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld, and Jan Vertonghen now into the final year on their respective contracts.
Not only does this mean the trio could leave the club, but it also means that Spurs may not receive a single penny for them, despite them all being senior and class first-team players.
While this situation needs to be sorted, Levy also needs to be proactive and ensure it does not happen to others at the club.
As it stands, five other Tottenham players will have just a year left on their deals come the end of this season.
Oliver Skipp –
One of Tottenham’s brightest talents, I am sure that a new contract is just around the corner for Skipp. I also believe that his role will only increase at the club this season.
Likelihood of a new contract – 10/10
Eric Dier –
While he is no longer a consistent starter and he has had vast injury problems, Dier is a versatile, useful, and experienced squad player. I would expect a new deal to be on the table sooner rather than later.
Likelihood of a new contract – 8/10.
Moussa Sissoko –
One of Tottenham’s best players last season and a driving force in the centre of midfield. Can also play at CM, right-wing, and right back. Despite his age, he is incredibly fit so a new deal seems logical.
Likelihood of a new contract – 7/10.
Danny Rose –
Rose is creeping towards 30 and always seems to be linked with a move away (Sky Sports). I would like to see him stay, even if he drops down to second choice at left-back, but I’m not sure a deal is that likely. I would guess a 2020 sale.
Likelihood of a new contract – 4/10.
Victor Wanyama –
Reports suggest that he came close to joining Club Brugge this summer (Sun). He has also struggled with vast injuries over the last year.
Likelihood of a new contract – 2/10.
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