Nuno is attempting to complete a flawless transfer window by offloading deadwood.
Tottenham’s periphery three might all leave before the deadline on Tuesday, capping off a fantastic summer.
Spurs have managed to keep star striker Harry Kane and shed a lot of the club’s deadwood this summer, with further outgoings expected before the deadline on Tuesday.
Manchester City have halted their interest in Harry Kane after a protracted summer of struggling to keep him, and the forward will remain at Tottenham this season.
Despite his best attempts to retain Kane at the club, Nuno Espirito Santo has been working hard to let rid of players who are no longer needed, and he has made significant headway with three more periphery players.
Tottenham have had a fantastic transfer window, not only signing Cristian Romero, Bryan Gil, Pierluigi Gollini, and Pape Sarr, but also shipping out a lot of deadwood, with more to come before Tuesday’s deadline.
For the time being, Kane remains, but the new Tottenham manager has made a strong start to the rebuilding process.
This summer, Tottenham has already sold Juan Foyth, Toby Alderweireld, and Joe Hart, with Danny Rose, Erik Lamela, and Paulo Gazzaniga also departing as part of Espirito Santo’s significant overhaul.
Deals to let Harry Winks and Serge Aurier leave the club are also in the works, with Moussa Sissoko’s move to Watford set to be completed on Friday afternoon.
Winks has been with Tottenham since he was six years old, but after being promoted to the first squad in 2014, he has struggled to keep down a steady spot in the team.
The 25-year-old still has a long career ahead of him, but due to the promise of Oliver Skipp in an already crowded position within Tottenham’s team, Winks has been told he can leave, with Premier League clubs Leeds United and Newcastle interested.
Moussa Sissoko has finalized his move to Watford, where the 32-year-old will take over from Will Hughes, who is on his way to Crystal Palace.
Sissoko joined Tottenham in 2016 and has demonstrated that he is capable of performing at the highest level, albeit with significant inconsistency, and he appears destined to become a major figure at Watford.
Watford will be hoping that Sissoko can repeat the success of fellow Frenchman and former player Abdoulaye Doucoure. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”