A number of players are set to pack their bags.

The Athletic, a British publication, revealed the key signings of Premier League (PL) clubs on Monday (Jan. 26). “While some players’ contracts are now finalized, others will be scrutinized as the January transfer window and pre-planning opportunities approach. We take a look at each club’s contract situation and see what their plans are,” the publication writes.

Specifically for Tottenham, “Two veteran players whose contracts expire next summer are Eric Dier and Hugo Lloris. For both players, Tottenham will not be looking to extend their contracts, so there are no major issues in terms of contract negotiations.”

“Ivan Perisic also falls into that category. He has been sidelined with an anterior cruciate ligament injury and will not attempt to secure a long-term deal given his age of 34. Signing backup goalkeeper Fraser Forster should also be a fairly easy task.”

Finally, “Spurs will have decisions to make next summer regarding Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Ben Davies, Ryan Sessegnon, Giovani Lo Celso and loanees Japhet Tanganga and Troy Parrott. Tanguy Ndombele’s contract expires in two years, but to be honest, he will not get a new deal.”

Tottenham hired manager Enze Postecoglou this summer. Postecoglou has done a great job with the squad he has assembled. New signings James Maddison, Mickey van der Penn, and Guglielmo Vicario have immediately established themselves as key players.

Along the way, there have been some departures from the existing squad. Dyer was dropped from the squad, while players like Ndombele and Jed Spence left on loan. Lo Celso, who returned on loan, is also not being picked. 카지노사이트

According to The Athletic, Dyer, Joris, Perisic, Foster, and Ndombele are not up for renewal, with Dyer, Joris, Perisic, and Foster out of contract next summer. Unless they are moved in January, they will become free agents. Ndombele is tied up until June 2025, so we’ll have to find a way to get him to another club.

Once they leave, another new player will have to fill the void.