Antonio Conte was appointed as Tottenham's new manager during the week after the club decided it was time to let go of former boss Nuno Espirito Santo due to poor run of results after just three months in charge.
The club moved quickly for Conte even though he turned them down in the summer. Conte won his first game, a 3-2 win over Vitesse Arnhem in the UEFA Europa Conference League, a chaotic match that had three red cards.
Conte has now pinpointed four players at the club who do not fit into his philosophy and are surplus to requirements. The four players are Giovanni Lo Celso, Dele Alli, Lucas Moura and Steven Bergwijn.
The sale of the players is set to generate a significant amount of money for the club; Dele Alli (€30m), Steven Bergwijn (€22m), Lucas Moura (€25m) and Giovanni Lo Celso (€22m). If things go to plan and the players would generate €99m for the club, add that to the €175m Daniel Levy is willing to sanction for transfer in January, Conte has a lot to spend.