An eleven made up of Tottenham's largest transfer fees received during Mauricio Pochettino's time at the club.
With Tottenham Hotspur completing their second largest sale of all time, as Kyle Walker seals a transfer to Manchester City, we compile an XI of the biggest departures during Mauricio Pochettino's time as Spurs boss, and add all those fees together at the bottom to see just how much it would have cost to put this team together.
Luke McGee Jul 17 - Undisclosed
The only Tottenham goalkeeper that has been sold under Mauricio Pochettino for a fee, his recent move to Portsmouth was for an undisclosed amount, but after impressing at Peterborough United, it would have likely been several hundred thousand pounds.
Kyle Walker Jul 2017 - £50 million (Sky Sports)
Walker's big money move to Manchester City this summer will rankle with Spurs fans as arguably the only sale during Pochettino's reign where the club would have preferred to keep the player.
Tottenham's Kyle Walker in action
Younes Kaboul Aug 2015 - £5 million (ESPN)
Moved to Sunderland in July 2015 after two spells at the club, with the big defender barely featuring under Pochettino.
Vlad Chiriches July 2015 - £4.5 mill (Mail)
A talented but unpredictable defender who was signed as part of the Gareth Bale windfall. Moved to Napoli after seeing much less game time in Pochettino's first season at Tottenham.
Kyle Naughton Feb 2015 - £5 mill (Mirror)
Naughton moved to Swansea City during Pochettino's first year, having been sent off in the Argentine's first match against West Ham.
Paulinho June 15 - £9.9 mill (BBC Sport)
Michael Keane in action with Paulinho (L)
The Brazilian really struggled after Pochettino arrived from Southampton, playing some woeful football at times in the 2014-15 campaign. The club were applauded for making nearly £10 million back when they sold him to China super club Guangzhou Evergrande - now, unbelievably he is being linked with Barcelona, who will have to pay upwards of £17.5 million after seeing a bid turned down, according to the Mirror.
Nabil Bentaleb Feb 17 - £16 mill (Sky Sports)
The Algerian looked to be on his way to becoming a star at Spurs, after breaking into the first team as a teenager. But fresh after being given the number 6 shirt by Pochettino, he slipped from favour, and joined Schalke initially on loan, before the Germans activated their right to buy for big money.
Ryan Mason Aug 16 - £13 mill (Independent)
Tottenham's Erik Lamela celebrates with Ryan Mason after scoring
Another Poch favourite who was allowed to leave last summer, the one time England cap became Hull City's record signing when he moved to the KCOM Stadium. A difficult year for the 26-year-old saw him suffer a serious head injury that hospitalised him, though gratefully, he is now back in training at the Tigers.
Andros Townsend Jan 2016 - £12 mill (Sky Sports)
The third of a trio of home grown favourites who have earned Tottenham eight figure fees since Pochettino has been at the club, England winger Townsend departed North London having been at Spurs since the age of eight. Impressed at Newcastle and is now at Crystal Palace.
Nacer Chadli Aug 2016 - £13 mill (Birmingham Mail)
(From L-R) Roberto Soldado, Paulinho, Danny Rose, Tom Carroll, Kyle Naughton, Nacer Chadli and Kyle Walker during training
The second record signing in this eleven, breaking West Brom's highest ever outlay when he moved last year. The Belgian was one of the surprise stars of Pochettino's first Spurs season - scoring 13 times - but he was deemed expendable after a mixed 2015/16 campaign, and was sold for pretty much double what Tottenham paid to bring him to the Premier League.
Roberto Soldado Aug 2015 - £12 mill (Mail)
Perhaps the biggest disappointment on this list, Soldado was an exciting and expensive addition when he arrived in 2013 from Valencia. However, after two difficult seasons he returned to Spain for a big loss, joining Villarreal after scoring just 16 goals.