Report: Tottenham already think they could be getting rid of four players at the very last minute this summer
Tottenham Hotspur are now actively trying to get rid of four players that Antonio Conte seemingly doesn’t want, but the Evening Standard reports that the club already think it could go down to the very last minutes of the transfer window.
Giovani Lo Celso, Tanguy Ndombele, Harry Winks and Sergio Reguilon all seem surplus to requirements at Spurs as they have reportedly been training seperately from the first-team.
All four players were left out of Conte’s pre-season squads and none featured in the club’s Premier League opener against Southampton on Saturday.
Fabrizio Romano reports that Villarreal are locked in talks with Spurs over a move for Lo Celso and Ndombele but the club fear the four players’ futures could go down to the wire.
Tottenham getting rid of four players
The quartet have been training individually and have not mixed with Antonio Conte’s men since the squad left for the pre-season tour of South Korea last month.
Despite interest from Villarreal, the Evening Standard states that Spurs are yet to receive an official bid for both Ndombele and Lo Celso.
Winks is being monitored by Valencia, but previous interest from Everton and Leeds has died down in recent weeks.
As for Segio Reguilon, Sevilla recently completed the signing of Manchester United left-back Alex Telles so his hopes to head back to his former club have seemingly ended.
It’s clear that Conte doesn’t see any of the four players in his plans for this season and has brutally left them out of training.
The Italian will be keen to offload the unwanted Spurs men before the window ends and if it happens very late on, Conte probably won’t mind as long as they aren’t at the club come September 2.
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