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How many players from the current Tottenham squad have a future at the club?
By Bruce Grove -

It is now clear that Tottenham needs an overhaul, however, we are not Man City, Chelsea, Man Utd, PSG or even Newcastle United, we cannot simply drop £200 million in the winter transfer window without offloading a good number of players along the way.

We probably all have our wish list of players we want to be brought in, Fabio Paratici and Antonio Conte will certainly have their own list but space has to be found, wages held under control and funds raised to finance at least part of the rebuild.

Therefore, I thought I would compile a list of players, that in my opinion, have zero future at the Tottenham Stadium. That is no second chance, no time to see what Conte can do with them, nothing at all, just the exit door.

This is my list of the current Tottenham squad and whether they should be sold, given a second chance to shine or safe as they are.

Hugo Lloris – Keep for a max of two seasons – Safe
Pierluigi Gollini – Does not seem good enough but early days – Second chance
Matt Doherty – Woeful from almost his first day at the club – Sell

Sergio Reguilón – Inconsistent at best but maybe Conte can do something with him – Second chance
Cristian Romero – Looks the real deal – Safe
Davinson Sánchez – Last night against Mura basically summed up his time at Spurs – Sell
Emerson Royal – Already improving since his debut and could be special – Safe
Joe Rodon – Still looks fairly raw and could come good – Second chance
Eric Dier – Has the odd good game but not good enough at this level – Sell
Japhet Tanganga – Looks rash and quite honestly, not that good – Sell
Ben Davies – Average at best and simply not good enough – Sell
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – Man has passion and leadership qualities – Safe
Harry Winks – Is it already too late for the hero of the Bernabeu? – Second chance
Giovani Lo Celso – Probably at the last chance saloon – Second chance
Ryan Sessegnon – No idea yet if he will be good enough, has prospects – Second chance
Dele Alli – Such a shame because he had it all but nothing now – Sell
Tanguy Ndombele – The signs are not good and probably the trickiest choice to make – Sell
Oliver Skipp – One of the best players recently – Safe
Son Heung-min – World-class, nothing more to say – Safe
Harry Kane – This is now a personal choice – Sell
Bryan Gil – Too early to tell how good he really is – Second chance
Steven Bergwijn – Just not kicked on from early promise – Sell
Lucas Moura – Amsterdam God but those moments are too few – Sell
Jack Clarke – Needs time, could be anything – Second chance

So, in total that is just 6 safe, 8 worthy of a second chance and a whopping 10 to be sold.

I suspect some will disagree with my opinion on Kane, but as I pointed out, that is just a personal one, I know he is world-class etc, but I never want any player at Spurs that simply does not want to be there.

I am sure that almost every single one of you will have a variation on the above list and that is fine, we cannot all agree all the time but there is one thing I am fairly confident about and that is most of you will agree that there are more players to be sold than what are safe or worth a second chance.

I look forward to your opinions below, please keep your comments kind.

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England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago

To become seriously competitive in the PL requires at least half a dozen out, acquiring the right replacement players will be crucial to put some pride back in the club.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago

LoNoShow should go before N’Dombele.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago

They both should go , if they can stay on their feet long enough.
Sick of trying to accommodate rubbish.
Why is Steve Hitchen still in a job..

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago

Keep Lucas he’s one of the few that tries and has several assists lately. His running at defences is about the only attack option we’ve got.

Nemesis
Nemesis
1 month ago

Keep Moura, sell Winks and Lo Celso

at large
at large
1 month ago

Keep: Skippy, PEH, Son
Sell: everyone else

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago

It’s my hope that Dele Ali never wears our shirt again. Alongside him should be Doherty. Sessesgnon, Winks, N’Dombele, Bergy, Lo Celso, Sanchez and Gollini. The deals up for all of em.

They are a disgrace to the shirt and to those who came before them. Shameful performances for so called professional athletes.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

Problem is they won’t fetch much and replacing with quality costs.

Our chairman has left us in a really bad place.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

I don’t care how much we get for them. Levy reaps what he sows for his failure to have a proper transfer policy.

These players are a cancer and they need removing ASAP

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
1 month ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

Ditto. The sooner the better. We’ve seen more than enough from all of them, and they suck.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago

Most of that lot will still be here next season.

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Not under Conte they won’t.

Harry
Harry
1 month ago

Tend to agree with most except, Winks-sell, Gollini-send back to parent club, Moura-safe & Clarke-sell

Rod Kierkegaard
Rod Kierkegaard
1 month ago
Reply to  Harry

Agree. Game after game pundits rubbish Lucas Moura, and game after game he’s the only player providing assists.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago

Very true, don’t understand why people have it in for him tbh.

Harry
Harry
1 month ago

Very underrated gives 110% every game. Like Sonny has a very positive attitude.

Rodney
Rodney
1 month ago

Harry Winks – second chance ??? How about 9th Chance

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