Transfer analysis: Players who could leave Tottenham this summer
All sport activities including football is facing uncertainty amid the coronavirus outbreak. With this postponement, the summer transfer window could be impacted heavily. However, clubs will still be working on potential new arrivals and expected departures. Tottenham could see some activities as Jose Mourinho eyes to build a side. On the same note, we evaluate the players who could leave Spurs.
Tanguy Ndombele had arrived at Tottenham under former boss Mauricio Pochettino. The mid-fielder was expected to make an impact, however, he couldn't quite come to terms with the Premier League. According to a report in Sky Sports, Barcelona want Ndombele. With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing a financial crunch, the club is eyeing to offer Samuel Umtiti and right-back Nelson Semedo in return.
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen hinted he will leave the side when his contract expires. The 33-year-old defender's current deal expires in the summer. Mourinho was keen for the player to stay, but suggested the defender's agent was playing hardball over a fresh contract. Vertonghen suggested he would like to play in Spain or Italy and stated there have been serious offers for him.
Spurs left-back Danny Rose made a loan move to Newcastle during the January transfer window. With his loan deal set to end this summer, Rose faces a spell of uncertainty. It remains to be seen whether the Magpies offer him a contract. Meanwhile, other reports claim that a possible return to former club Leeds United could be on the cards for the England international.
22-year-old defender Juan Foyth made just seven appearances for Spurs in the 2019-20 season. The Argentine wants to stay at the club if he is handed chances. However, he had stated earlier that if the club doesn't count on him, then a new destination would be feasible. He also expressed his desire to play in Europe. Foyth is likely to force his way out.