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| The 7 Tottenham players who could be sold to fund Mauricio Pochettino's summer spending spree
| บอล ส เต็ ป Tottenham Hotspur are expected to increase their spending this summer but which players could move on to add even more to Mauricio Pochettino's transfer war chest. The Spurs boss is expected to sign a new contract in the coming days, having held talks with chairman Daniel Levy over the next chapter of the club's future, with Pochettino wanting them to take "more risks" and "be brave" to take themselves to the next level in their new stadium.
Toby AlderweireldOne player no Spurs fan wants to leave this summer, but a new contract doesn't look like it's going to be agreed with the Belgian then this summer will be the last chance to get top dollar for the central defender. Alderweireld has a clause in his contract that means if Spurs trigger the option to extend his deal by a year to 2020, then he cab leave for £25m before the last two weeks of the summer transfer window in 2019.
Danny RoseThis one is perhaps not as nailed on as it once was. Rose's injury woes this season and struggles to get his left-back spot back from Ben Davies, may mean that the interest in signing the England left-back isn't as fervent this time around. He has also been speaking this week about expecting to be at the club next season. Rose would be unlikely to leave Spurs for anyone other than another side capable of winning trophies and with his knee having been a problem this season, that may have put off potential suitors.
Fernando LlorenteTo spend £12m on a 32-year-old is unusual enough for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and the fact that Llorente has struggled to make much of an impact means he's unlikely to do it again. Now 33, Llorente struggled to even get on the bench for Tottenham in the latter months of the season. Bought to take the load off Harry Kane, Pochettino instead turned to Heung-Min Son, Erik Lamela or Dele Alli to replace the England striker on the pitch when needed. บอล ส เต็ ป
Moussa SissokoThis season has brought an improvement in performances from the Frenchman and Pochettino used him 47 times during the campaign, claiming that Sissoko is an important player in transitions, helping Tottenham launch from defending to attacking. However, you still get the impression that if a sizeable bid came in for Sissoko this summer then the player and manager would agree to the move. Sissoko missed out on France's World Cup squad, although he is on the standby list.
Vincent JanssenIt's all gone wrong for the young Dutch striker. He was left out of Spurs' Champions League squad but escaped with a loan to Fenerbahce, only for a toe injury to destroy his season. Janssen will return to Spurs this summer with the Turkish side mulling over making it a permanent move. One thing is for certain, his future does not appear to lie at Tottenham and if he's fit enough then the Netherlands international will be moving on somewhere.
Michel VormVorm has done well whenever called upon to fill in for Hugo Lloris. However, the 34-year-old's deal has just three months left to run and, while there is an option in there for the club to extend it, this might just be the last season at Spurs for the goalkeeper. While he is a popular member of the squad, Vorm may feel that this is his last chance to head out and play regular football before he begins to wind down his career. At 34, he still has a number of seasons left to perhaps even force his way back into the Netherlands squad.
Georges-Kevin NkoudouNkoudou showed little glimpses of what he might be able to do at Burnley but he didn't make every squad for Sean Dyche's men with injuries playing their part. Pochettino claims the 23-year-old has a future at Spurs, but it's tough to see where he's going to fit in, especially with Lucas Moura's arrival in January. บอล ส เต็ ป