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The London Evening Standard has published a story revealing Mauricio Pochettino’s top five transfer targets.

Following the potential recruits tipped to arrive, the story suggests four players set to leave Tottenham this summer.

Those players are: Kyle Walker, Moussa Sissoko, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm.

That means the three signings the club made last summer — Sissoko, Nkoudou and Janssen — could all be former Spurs players by the end of the summer.

Tottenham spent over £60 million on the trio, but not one of them has looked good enough to hold down a place in the starting eleven.

Some Spurs fans believe Janssen should be given another season to prove himself in England. The Dutchman scored for his country earlier this week.

But most would be glad to see the back of Sissoko and Nkoudou after the duo endured dreadful debut seasons at White Hart Lane.

The report also claims Kyle Walker is “expected to complete a move to Manchester City” this summer.

Perhaps surprisingly, Michel Vorm is also expected to leave this summer. His future could depend on the permanent signing of Pau Lopez, who is the subject of a £1.75 bid.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Exactly.
    Such a bullshit story.
    You should be ashamed for publishing it and then adding to the stupid conjecture.
    How can you say Nkoudou has “had a dreadful debut season”?
    He’s very young and has taken time to adapt to a different culture and language. Yet the few times he has played he has shown great promise.
    Else for the others. Just more BS.
    Shame on you for publishing such drivel.
    Also.
    You obviously DON’T watch Tottenham. Just go by what you’ve heard.

  2. NKoudou has looked very promising when played and I would be disappointed if we sold him. Think he suffered this season from his long and protracted transfer saga last summer where he spent a month or 2 in a London hotel. I think because of that he has always been behind those that did have a pre season and it has made learning a new system all that bit harder (especially bearing in mind that most of our team didn’t start to even look remotely comfortable in pochs system until midway through his first season, and players like son showed moderate form in their first season with us). He does seem well liked, showed game changing ability against CSKA in the champions league and does look like a top player. I was never overly impressed by n’jie but really like NKoudou. Actually think NKoudou could also be a perfect right sided wing back with some coaching as looks to have that set of skills in his locker.

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