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3 players Tottenham Hotspur must offload before the transfer window shuts 

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Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final

The inclusion of Tanguy Ndombele has aggrandized the quality within a Tottenham Hotspur setup that is extremely well drilled by Mauricio Pochettino; a man who has transformed the club to a European powerhouse with relatively limited resources.

From player improvements to the tactical aspect of the way, Spurs go about their business, there's a feeling of discipline and speed when one associates with The Lilywhites. After ages, they finally landed the big money move of Ndombele, who is as good as anybody else on his day in the middle of the park.

Now, given the burgeoning rise of Manchester City and Liverpool along with their London rivals, and the fact that the team has to live up to its expectations from last season's successful exploits, it's quintessential for Pochettino to install a couple of more players.

Spurs are in the bidding war for a handful of professionals across Europe, but only by freeing up funds and constructing a squad full of quality, they can rub shoulders with the best in the land.

On that note, we look at three players Spurs must unload before the trading window closes.

Also See : Arsenal Transfer News, EPL Transfer News, La Liga Transfer News.


#3 Vincent Janssen

Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur U23 - Premier League International Cup
Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur U23 - Premier League International Cup

Vincent Janssen is one of those individuals whose PL career has just never kick-started. Awarded the 2016 Johan Cruyff Trophy - the Dutch Talent of the Year award in 2016, Janssen has only managed to net a couple of goals in the Premier League.

He has often endured dry spells on the field, while in the other moments, he warms the benches or fills the treatment room. The Dutchman is quite talented with the ball and lethal in the box, but it's high time Spurs invest in a striker who can play alongside or reduce the burden off Harry Kane's shoulders.

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Since 2016, the number 9 has six goals in 42 appearances for Spurs. These statistics speak enough for themselves.

Also read: Opinion: 3 players Manchester City should offload before the transfer window shuts

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