Ange Postecoglou willing to work with unwanted Tottenham Hotspur stars
Tottenham Hotspur manager Ange Postecoglou is willing to work with unwanted players who are unable to find a move this summer, according to the Evening Standard.
Up until now, the North London side have managed to sell just three players. Harry Winks has joined Leicester City, Leeds United have signed Joe Rodon and Harry Kane has made a move to Bayern Munich.
However, there are six more who senior squad members Spurs are looking to part ways with. Hugo Lloris, Djed Spence, Japhet Tanganga, Sergio Reguilon, Harvey White and Tanguy Ndombele are not wanted by the Lilywhites.
Apart from the aforementioned players, Tottenham are also open to listening to offers for Eric Dier, Davinson Sanchez and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg. But it remains to be seen how many the club will be able to offload in the final days of the window.
Postecoglou is aware of the fact that some of the aforementioned stars might end up staying put at the North London side. But the positive sign is that the gaffer is open to giving them a chance.
As things stand, Spurs’ defensive ranks does not have a lot of depth. Therefore, if the Lilywhites were to accept bids for Dier and Sanchez, we would evidently need additional reinforcements in the backline.
But the full-back area seems to be covered. Pedro Porro and Emerson Royal are on the right-hand side of the defence, while Destiny Udogie and Ben Davies are at the Australian manager’s disposal on the left.
In the middle of the park as well, Yves Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr seem to have found their feet. Postecoglou can also call upon Oliver Skipp and Giovani Lo Celso. Rodrigo Bentancur will also return from his injury soon.
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Therefore, while we could do with some of the players staying, the squad looks bloated at the moment. Therefore, hopefully, Daniel Levy will be able to find a solution to raise some cash before the end of the month.