According to reports, Spurs are ready to let go of up to eight players before the transfer market closes.
This summer, the North Londoners have been quite active in bringing in new players. In addition to Clement Lenglet joining on loan and Fraser Forster and Ivan Perisic joining for free, the club spent big money to sign Everton’s Richarlison and Brighton’s Yves Bissouma.
Now, their focus will shift to moving out players. A number of players are on the chopping board as Conte looks to overhaul his squad. Sergio Regulion, Harry Winks, Giovani Lo Celso and Tanguy Ndombele look certain to leave, as they were omitted from the club’s tour of South Korea.
Steven Bergjwin has already left Spurs for his native Netherlands. Cameron Carter-Vickers to Celtic and Jack Clarke to Sunderland are some of the other outgoings completed so far.
What Next At Spurs?
Lo Celso was crucial to Villarreal’s success to the Champions League semifinals the previous season. Unai Emery is eager to see him return to La Ceramica. Lo Celso still has three years left on his Spurs contract, but it may cost only £20 million to part ways with him.
Academy graduate Harry Winks is also linked to a number of Premier League clubs. Suitors include Everton, Crystal Palace, and Southampton.
Tanguy Ndombele will be the most difficult one to sell. He was the record signing of the club, and on massive wages. It will be difficult to find an interested party who can pay him a similar amount.
Following the arrival of Ivan Perisic, Regulion is perhaps the third-choice wingback at Spurs. Barcelona are courting him for a loan deal, with Sevilla interested too. Japhet Tanganga and Emerson Royal could also leave the team. The former is rumoured to be in negotiations to join AC Milan on a loan with a buy option.
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