Tottenham are set to part ways with four senior players this summer as part of a ‘significant firesale’, according to Football Insider.
It is believed Jan Vertonghen, Kyle Walker-Peters, Serge Aurier and Danny Rose will all be allowed to leave as Jose Mourinho looks to raise funds for new signings.
Vertonghen is out of contract at the end of the month and has been heavily linked with the exit door. Over the weekend we relayed a report from Turkish outlet Milliyet that claimed Galatasaray are interested in taking the Belgian on a free transfer.
Danny Rose is currently on loan at Newcastle, where he has agreed to stay (via the Athletic) for the remainder of the season. Having failed to secure regular game time since Mourinho took over from Mauricio Pochettino, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Rose leave permanently this summer.
Meanwhile, Serge Aurier and Kyle Walker-Peters are the only senior right-backs in the squad but both face uncertain futures. Walker-Peters will likely learn his fate upon his return from a loan spell at Southampton, while Aurier’s defensive mishaps continue to frustrate many supporters.