It is transfer deadline day and Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to conclude what has been a mixed transfer window for the Premier League club.
The club have signed Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke this summer, although the latter was immediately sent back to Leeds United on loan. Meanwhile, Kieran Trippier and Vincent Janssen followed Michel Vorm and Fernando Llorente out the exit door.
So who could be leaving Tottenham on deadline day?
Regarding players leaving Tottenham today, those who look likely to remain in England are the most likely departees.
One such player is Kyle Walker-Peters. Despite Tottenham’s shortage at full-back, the youngster is still being targeted. As reported by the Daily Mail, both Crystal Palace and Southampton are keen on the versatile defender. However, Tottenham are short at right-back and it has been rumoured that Walker-Peters is in line for a first-team push this season.
It seems it is young talents who have failed to make the first-team grade that are most likely to leave today. Josh Onomah and Cameron Carter-Vickers are also expected to depart.
As reported by The Independent, Onomah is set to join Fulham as part of a deal to bring Ryan Sessegnon to Tottenham.
American international Carter-Vickers is set to leave on loan yet again. The Sun report that Leeds United lead the way with West Brom also keen on the player.
It appears these three are the most likely to leave Tottenham today. However, there are other names that should be mentioned.
Victor Wanyama has also been linked with a summer exit and would appear likely to remain in England. Bournemouth were linked earlier this month, as reported by The Sun, but at the moment there is no reported interest in the player.
Danny Rose was also expected to leave. However, as reported by The Sun, no suitable offers have arrived for the player and he is now expected to stay.
Christian Eriksen, Serge Aurier and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou are also believed to be available, but moves abroad seem more likely and therefore it seems they will not be heading out by the end of today.