Bongani Khumalo, Brad Friedel, Harry Winks and Jordan Archer all feature.
The season is coming to an end and with the international break clubs have plenty of opportunity at this moment in time to consider who will remain at the club and who will not.
That includes those whose contracts are coming to an end.
Seven players at Tottenham Hotspur become free agents in the summer, so who should stay and who should go?
Bongani Khumalo – GO
The South African is something of a cult hero at Spurs, but not for the right reasons.
He has still not featured for the club since his arrival at White Hart Lane in 2011 and is currently on loan at Colchester United.
It is time to let him go.
Jordan Archer – STAY
The Scot is currently on loan at Millwall. With Michel Vorm and Hugo Lloris at the club, Archer is struggling for first-team football.
But his future may depend on…
Brad Friedel - GO
The US veteran must surely now be let go from the playing staff at Spurs.
He is currently working on coaching badges so should stay in that capacity. Friedel to go and Archer to become third-choice.
Grant Hall – GO
The big central defender has impressed on loan spells with Swindon, Birmingham and Blackpool but does not look like a future Premier League defender.
Josh Onomah – STAY
The talented attacker is one of the top youngsters at Spurs and will surely be offered a new deal along with several other scholars at the end of the season.
Kenny McEvoy – GO
The Gareth Bale lookalike looks to be coming to the end of his White Hart Lane career.
Harry Winks – STAY
Tottenham could let Winks go, but that would seem silly considering his talent. Looking at the way Ryan Mason developed this season they will surely give Winks more time to impress the club.