Tottenham Hotspur and Mauricio Pochettino are one win away from ending the 2018/19 season in style and cementing themselves in the club’s history.
Should they beat Liverpool to win the Champions League at the start of June then the players will write themselves into club folklore.
Lifting the trophy could also significantly alter the club’s transfer policy in the offseason, with additions needed to build on such success next term.
It is well documented that Spurs have not signed anybody in the last two transfer windows, with Lucas Moura being the last addition in January 2018.
With chairman Daniel Levy likely to open the cheque book this summer, players are will also have to leave in order to balance the books.
With that in mind, we have decided to take a look at five players who could leave the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this summer, whether that be permanently or on loan.
Five players that could leave Spurs this season
The Dane has enjoyed another successful season creativity wise, scoring eight Premier League goals and providing 12 assists, However, he has just one year on his contract remaining and has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid, a club he has a great desire to play for, over recent months.
After breaking into the first-team setup in 2017-18, Walker-Peters has not seen significant action this term. After signing a five-year deal in December of last year the full-back could be sent out on loan to get some valuable minutes under his belt.
Alderweireld has just one year left on his Spurs contract, which also includes a £25m release clause. Should he wish to leave the club are unlikely to stand in his way in fear of losing him for free in 2020.
The Argentine goalkeeper has more than held his own when called upon this season and may look for more first-team football next term. The fact that Michel Vorm is out of contract and likely to leave this summer could be an issue, with Spurs keen to not be left short in that department.
The left-back has not featured as regularly as he would like this season, with Ben Davies providing significant competition for places. He has been linked with PSG recently and revealed that a club made contact regarding his availability in January.