Who could be out the door at Tottenham Hotspur this summer?
Nacer Chadli is a candidate to leave Tottenham this summer
Tottenham Hotspur have made two stellar signings so far this transfer window, but who could be saying goodbye as Victor Wanyama and Vincent Janssen arrive?
SkySports report that there are five Tottenham players who have uncertain futures, each of all who could be moved on.
These five are back-up goalkeeper Michel Vorm, and out of favour Nacer Chadli and Federico Fazio. Youngsters Tom Carroll and Alex Pritchard complete the quintet.
Tottenham's Michel Vorm
Vorm is the most surprising name on the list, with Sky reporting: "The futures of second-choice goalkeeper Michel Vorm and forward Nacer Chadli are also far from certain."
Despite this, Vorm is likely to be sticking around until after tour, with Spurs likely to need a senior goalkeeper for the trip to Australia with French star Hugo Lloris on an extended break due to Euro 2016.
He once starred in the Premier League with Swansea City and is capable of holding down a first choice spot elsewhere, but the Dutchman appears content with his role deputising Lloris.
If he was to be sold, then Tottenham would have to go and find a replacement.
Tottenham Hotspur's Federico Fazio
Fazio and Chadli's inclusion is no surprise, with the Argentine defender not featuring at all in the Premier League last season.
Belgian attacker Chadli meanwhile fell out of favour down the second half of the campaign and missed out on Euro 2016 as a result.
Tottenham's Tom Carroll in action
Of the youngster, Tom Carroll's departure would make sense after Victor Wanyama's arrival, he is simply unlikely to get games next season.
Alex Pritchard is a player there are high hopes for, who still has a shot of making it at Spurs if he can stay fit. Josh Onomah did not seize his chances last season, and Pritchard should hope to stick around and try and do better with any opportunities fall his way.
Not on the list are Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb who are in a similar position to Carroll, and are both generating interest from other clubs.