Tottenham could sell TEN players this summer including Alderweireld and Lamela in huge transfer clearout

TOTTENHAM could sell TEN players this summer as part of a huge clearout.

Nuno Espirito Santos has taken charge of Spurs this summer in what is proving to be a difficult year for the club.

Talisman and star striker Harry Kane wants away with Manchester City leading the chase for his signature.

But Spurs chief Daniel Levy is determined to keep hold of England Euro 2020 hero for at least another season and has already rejected one offer of £100m.

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris was another linked with a move away but the French star now looks set to remain No1.

However, the North London side are willing to sell a whopping ten men from their squad in order to raise funds towards a summer overhaul.

The Athletic state Spurs’ finances mean ‘they are almost in a position where they must sell before they can buy’ this window.

That means a number of players are available to buy.

For the second-straight year full-back Serge Aurier, linked with Paris Saint-Germain, is believed to be for sale.

Tottenham ‘would also listen to offers for Davinson Sanchez’ as well as fellow centre-half Cameron Carter-Vickers despite him shining on-loan at Bournemouth last term.


As we reported last week, Toby Alderweireld could be another on his way and is mentioned in this fresh report after he allegedly informed Levy that he wants to leave.

Further up the park in midfield there may also be several departures.

Spurs are believed to have already made Moussa Sissoko available while Harry Winks is set to discover what his role will be under Nuno before the end of the month.

And even though they are determined to hang on to Kane, some of his attacking teammates may be due to depart.

Today’s report states Erik Lamela is already available for transfer and that Spurs ‘would consider offers’ for Lucas Moura as well.

Winger Jack Clarke is believed to want and stay to try and make a breakthrough under Nuno.

However, he has interest in England and from clubs abroad should he be told he is surplus to requirements.

And Carlos Vinicius, who spent last season on loan from Benfica, will not be returning as Spurs have focussed their attention elsewhere.

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