Jan Vertonghen and goalkeeper Michel Vorm are expected to leave Tottenham once their contracts expire at the end of the campaign, according to the Football Insider.
Vertonghen, who could make his 316th and final Spurs appearance at Crystal Palace in Sunday’s season finale, has been short of minutes since the restart – making just four appearances after signing a short-term contract extension which made him available for the final nine Premier League matches.
The 34-year-old, who has been at Tottenham since joining from Ajax in the summer of 2012, has been linked with a host of European clubs, will now be able to leave on a free transfer after the Palace game this weekend, if Spurs decide against offering him a new deal.
Meanwhile, Vorm, who re-joined in October to cover for the injured Hugo Lloris after his injury at Brighton, has featured just once – the FA Cup fifth-round defeat to Norwich City – in which he made a costly error – was always likely to be released once the season ended.
His departure could hand an opportunity to Brandon Austin, who is currently out on loan in Denmark, or youngster Alfie Whiteman, to step up and become the club’s third goalkeeper.