3 Top Players Who Could Leave Tottenham Hotspur Ahead Of Next Season

Since Antonio Conte became manager of Tottenham Hotspur in November 2021, the team has made impressive strides. The London-based team has so far prevailed in 17 of its 28 league contests.  They have already spent more than £91 million (via TransferMarkt) on new player acquisitions this summer and will try to build on that progress next season. However, a few of the team’s players are overkill, and Spurs may want to offload them before the transfer window closes.

On that note, here’s a list of three players who could leave Tottenham Hotspur ahead of the new season.

Tottenham Hotspur signed Giovani Lo Celso on loan from Real Betis in 2019 and permanently in 2020. The Argentina international, though, struggled to adjust to life at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, making just 41 league games since his permanent switch.

The London-based club loaned him out to La Liga club Villarreal during the January transfer window. He scored one goal in 13 appearances for the Yellow Submarine during the second half of last season. According to Fabrizio Romano, Villarreal are in direct talks with the PL club to sign the Argentina international permanently. Apart from that, several Serie A clubs are also exploring the possibility of signing Lo Celso.

Harry Winks joined the Whites’ academy in 2002 and worked through the club’s youth levels to make his professional debut in 2014. He has played 128 league games for the club so far, scoring two goals. Winks struggled for game time last season, starting just nine games in the league.

The arrival of Yves Bissouma this window will push him further down the pecking order and he is expected to make a move away from the club this transfer window. According to the Daily Mail, Southampton are interested in signing the England international. The London-based club are demanding a transfer fee of close to £20 million for selling Winks as per the Echo.

Tanguy Ndombele is another big-name signing who failed to deliver at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The London club spent a massive transfer fee of close to £55 million (via the Guardian) to sign the midfielder from Lyon in 2019. However, the France international has made just 63 league appearances since joining, scoring six goals.

Spurs loaned him back to his former club Lyon during the winter transfer window last season.According to the Sun, Galatasaray are interested in signing the 25-year-old midfielder. The London club are also open to offloading the France international.

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