Tottenham Hotspur have already ruled out any incoming transfers in January but Daniel Levy may look to offload a handful of players from Jose Mourinho’s squad. Here are the three most-likely players to leave the club:
Walker-Peters, 22, has been afforded just five appearances in all competitions and hardly done himself any favours in his last outing – a 3-1 defeat to Bayern Munich. He is miles off the quality Tottenham require.
If he is to have any chance of breaking into the senior side on a regular basis – ahead of Serge Aurier or even at left-back – then he needs to join a Premier League side nearer the bottom of the table.
The Denmark international remains out of contract, and his form is completely declining in a complete parallel with his contract nearing its expiry. Toby Alderweireld signed a new deal last week, but Eriksen does not look as though he will follow.
Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are the three most-likely clubs to get Eriksen, and it may be that interested parties choose to part with a cut-price fee to get him next month – rather than the summer.
Wanyama came very close to leaving Tottenham in the summer though a move to Belgian side Club Brugge fell through towards the end of the window. Celtic are also keen, with Neil Lennon claiming Celtic: “Want a player like Wanyama,” as per the Record.
The chances of him remaining at Spurs, with Eric Dier, Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko, Tanguy Ndombele and Oliver Skipp ahead of him in the pecking order, are next to zero.