Tottenham could be set to offload up to seven players before the October 5 deadline as Jose Mourinho looks to clear the decks in north London. Daniel Levy has masterminded one of Spurs’ finest transfer windows to date in terms of incomings and Mourinho now has a real chance of winning silverware.
They booked their place in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals earlier this week and will now travel to Championship side Stoke.
On Thursday Tottenham also secured their place in the Europa League group stages to help ease the pressure following a mixed start to their Premier League season.
Mourinho also completed the capture of Benfica striker Carlos Vinicius yesterday on a season-long loan with an option to buy.
Now he will focus on offloading players as he looks to fund a move for Inter’s Milan Skriniar.
Fellow defender Cameron Carter-Vickers could also be set to leave with Swansea keen on a reunion with their former loanee.
Goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga has been frozen out for Joe Hart despite an extensive run in the side last season following a serious injury to Hugo Lloris.
Ryan Sessegnon looks destined to leave on loan with Southampton, Celtic, Hertha Berlin and Hoffenheim all willing to take him on a temporary deal.
Finally, winger Jack Clarke is unlikely to make the grade following his move from Leeds.