Spurs trying to find transfers for SEVEN outcasts as Ange Postecoglou dumps senior stars from squad for Prem opener | The Sun

TANGUY NDOMBELE tops a list of players Tottenham are hoping to offload before the end of the transfer window.

The Frenchman, wanted by Turkish pair Galatasaray and Fenerbahce, was one of seven fit first-team players to be left out of the squad for today’s curtain-raiser at Brentford.

Hugo Lloris, Eric Dier, Sergio Reguilon, Djed Spence, Japhet Tanganga and Harvey White were also not included.

Ndombele, 26, became Spurs’ record signing when he joined from Lyon for £55million in 2018.

But he has proved an expensive flop and has been shipped out on loan for the previous two seasons, first back to Lyon and then to Napoli last term.

New Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou gave all his players a clean slate when taking over in June.


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That included Ndombele, who unfortunately picked up a knock in the opening training session at the Waca cricket ground in Perth last month on Spurs’ Asia-Pacific tour.

But he is understood not to have impressed with his time-keeping and attitude.

And now Spurs want to sell the midfielder if they can find a buyer before the September 1 deadline.

Spence, 23, will be allowed to leave the club as well, despite only joining last summer from Middlesbrough.

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Club legend Lloris has been replaced by Guglielmo Vicario and is searching for a new club.

Tanganga, White and Reguilon can also go, though it remains to be seen how the club view Dier’s future.

One surprise inclusion on Spurs’ bench at the Gtech was Davinson Sanchez.

Spurs had accepted a £12.9million bid from Spartak Moscow for the Colombian, but he is believed to be reluctant to go to Russia.

Sanchez, who has a year left on his contract, then impressed in Tuesday’s friendly against Barcelona, earning him a spot among the subs.

He made an early entrance in West London, replacing Cristian Romero after just 14 minutes after the Argentine was involved in a clash of heads.

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