Date: 13th April 2021 at 5:35pm
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A lot of Hotspur fans have flocked to a post from Hotspur Related, which has relayed news from the Daily Mail concerning the future of six Tottenham players.

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Spurs have had quite a few odd players over the last ten years, but can you remember them? Here is the first one, who is this former Tottenham man?

They claim that Spurs want to get rid of Hugo Lloris, Serge Aurier, Juan Foyth, Erik Lamela, Gareth Bale, and Carlos Vinicius.

This has drawn the attention of these Spurs fans who have slammed this news.

So we have 13 players min that should be moved on we’re a joke”

@n17echotweet

Huge clear out needed. Also Kane & will want to go. Lets build a new team around Oliver Skipp”

@JackMurray2

I think they’re the wrong players to be selling. What a useless club”

@OldMuggins

Do you think Tottenham need a total rebuild?

Yes, this squad is done

Yes, this squad is done

No, we just need a new manager

No, we just need a new manager

If this report is true, then getting rid of Bale and Vinicius will be easy as both are only on loan; Foyth is currently out on loan, but Villarreal have the option to make the deal permanent.

Shifting the likes of Lamela, Aurier, and Lloris, might be harder than the other three but still achievable due to the remaining time on their contracts.

Lloris is 34 but will only have one year left on his contract at the end of the season, Lamela is 29 but will also only have one year left on his contract at the end of the season, while Aurier’s contract also expires in the summer of 2022.

This post continued to in Tottenham fans who had their say.

Get rid of the deadwood”

@PatrickBale11

Look at this oh my god our clueless fans.”

@grhumphrey

the fact Moura and is Sissoko are not part of the speculation yet scares me”

@levynomics

It will be interesting to see what happens in the summer, but it is clear that these Spurs fans believe their club needs a clearout.

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