The clock is ticking on Tottenham’s transfer window.
카지노사이트 Manager Enze Postecoglou has blown up over his huge squad. Tottenham are also accelerating their efforts to trim their roster. Britain’s Evening Standard published an urgent list of departures on Sunday (July 7).
“Tottenham have decided to offload four players – Hugo Llorez, Tangi Ndombele, Joe Roden and Jed Spence – before the summer window closes,” the Evening Standard reported.
Yoris was already expected. He missed the Asian tour to Australia, Thailand and Singapore after a meeting with Postecoglou.
He said he wanted to find a new home. Postecoglou agreed that he deserved it. However, Yoris has yet to find a destination.
Ndombele, Roden and Spence, who returned from loan, also have no place. Ndombele, in particular, was tipped for a comeback, but the club ultimately decided to let him go.
Ndombele’s arrival at Tottenham in July 2019 was so highly anticipated that it became the highest transfer fee in the club’s history. The fee was £65 million ($108 billion) with options.
But he turned out to be one of the worst. In two and a half seasons with Spurs, Ndombele scored just 10 goals in 91 appearances. The Frenchman was loaned to parent club Olympique Lyonnais for the second half of the 2021-2022 season. He returned to Napoli for the 2022-2023 season.
There was a turnaround at Napoli, where he was part of the club’s first Serie A title in 33 years. However, he returned to Tottenham when Napoli did not exercise their option to buy him outright. However, after being sidelined with an injury early in the Asian Tour, his name was once again erased.
Spurs are also considering moves for Davinson Sanchez and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who has been linked with Atletico Madrid. Postecoglou revealed his plans for the squad after the friendly against Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England, on June 6.
“I don’t have a fixed number in my head, but our current squad is too big. There are definitely players who will look for opportunities elsewhere,” he said, “but from my point of view that’s not my role, but there will be movement in the coming weeks. We have a bit of time before the transfer window closes.”
There are additional signings. Center-back Mickey van der Vaan and 19-year-old Argentine striker Alejo Velis have been tipped to make it ‘official’. Spurs have agreed a £43 million ($71.4 million) transfer fee for van der Vaart and a £13 million ($22 million) fee for Velis.
Van der Vaart played for Wolfsburg in the German Bundesliga, while Bellis played for Rosario Centrale in Argentina. In the case of Velis, a loan was expected after the signing, but Postecoglou decided to start the two together at Tottenham.