We have already seen Spurs dip into the transfer market this summer, with the signings of Vincent Janssen and Victor Wanyama. Perhaps now Mauricio Pochettino will have a look at trimming his squad ahead of the new Premier League season, which kicks off on Saturday 13th August.
1) Clinton N’Jie
The striker arrived this time last year for a fee of around £8.3m, and has had minimal impact to say the least. Most of this is of no fault of the front man himself, but his scoring record speaks for itself, scoring no goals in six appearances.
N’Jie endured an injury-hit season last term, and the small task of getting in front of Harry Kane was what stood between him and more first team appearances when the former Lyon man managed to find full fitness.
The signing of Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar for £17m could well spell the end for N’Jie at Spurs, but Pochettino could well choose to keep him on as backup in case injury hits either Kane or Janssen.
However, in my opinion, looking at the games I have watched, N’Jie offers very little going forward, and Pochettino should seriously think about moving the Cameroon international on and leave it to Daniel Levy to try and recoup as much of the £8.3m paid last season.