Tottenham: Mourinho fumes over defensive errors in draw
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Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho will have to raise funds in order to reinvest into his squad this summer. Spurs’ chances of qualifying for next season’s Champions League are hanging by a thread, which could affect their transfer budget. Express Sport looks at six players Spurs could sell to raise £121.5million according to the individual values of players on transfermarkt.com.
Davinson Sanchez – £31.5m
Sanchez has started 16 Premier League matches this season but has not been convincing at the back.
The 24-year-old still has room for improvement but Spurs may find it hard to turn down an offer of around £30m for the Colombia international.
Juan Foyth – £9m
Another centre-back who could be on his way is Foyth, who is spending this season on loan at Villarreal.
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Mourinho made his feelings clear on Foyth by shipping him out to Spain ahead of this campaign.
At 23, Spurs are likely to attempt to eke out all they can for the Argentine.
Serge Aurier – £18m
Aurier has been the regular right-back this season ahead of last summer’s signing Matt Doherty.
However, the 28-year-old’s reliability in defence is often questioned and he has been linked with a move away from north London.
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Harry Winks – £19.8m
Spurs academy graduate Winks has started just seven Premier League games this season under Mourinho.
His lack of game time has lost him his England place and it would appear he would be best leaving in order to regain regular football at both club and international level.
Dele Alli – £28.8m
Alli has suffered even more than Winks this season, starting just twice in the league.
It appeared a month or so ago that Alli was getting back into Mourinho’s plans, starting the league match against Fulham at Craven Cottage.
However, the attacking midfielder, who was linked with Paris Saint-Germain in January, has mostly been restricted to appearances in the Europa League since.
Erik Lamela – £14.4m
Lamela is one of Spurs’ longest-serving players in the current squad, having joined when Gareth Bale first left in 2013.
However, the 29-year-old has not been able to earn a regular starting spot since a long-term hip injury which kept him out for over a year between 2016 and 2017.
It is probably time Lamela and Spurs parted company.
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