Tottenham will need to replace outgoing stars.
Dele Alli renewed his contract at Tottenham last week in a major boost for the club.
Not all players feel the same way.
Three reportedly want exits and Tottenham are powerless to stop them leaving.
Mousa Dembele is in the final year of his contract and The Sun report he plans to sign in China.
Michel Vorm’s contract is also running down and this week he said he was bored on the bench, having slipped to third choice, Telegraaf reported.
Now striker Fernando Llorente is plotting his next move, favouring La Liga, the Evening Standard report.
All three have expiring contracts and Tottenham need to focus their energy on finding replacements.
Who needs replacing?
Of the three only Mousa Dembele can be considered a regular, but at 31, Tottenham have known he would need replacing for a while.
He is the biggest priority and midfield is a situation chairman Daniel Levy must address either this transfer window or next.
Michel Vorm may not need replacing due to Paulo Gazzaniga’s rise. Youngster Alfie Whiteman could slot in as third choice.
Fernando Llorente will need replacing, despite his minimal contribution since signing.
This week he showed he can be valuable as he came off the bench to set up a goal for Harry Kane.
Kane is irreplaceable up front but Spurs can help him by signing a striker who can complement him and also give him some rest.
The Spaniard certainly will need replacing and Spurs will need their choice to make a more consistent impact.
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