Tottenham is in fifth place in the overall Premier League table, a place that does not give them a pass to the Champions League, but rather a pass to the Europa League. This would lead to the departure of important players in the squad. With two games remaining, Spurs are not depending on themselves to qualify, but Mikel Arteta's Arsenal must drop points for them to qualify for the most important European competition in the world.
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The Gunners would have to drop points against Newcastle United or Everton, a situation that could occur with the Magpies, who have performed better in the second half of the season than Lampard's Toffees, who, despite fighting for relegation, when they face the top-six, do not win.
On the other hand, Spurs face two teams that on paper are easier to win, Burnley, who are in the same situation as Everton, and Norwich City, a team that will return to England's second division after finishing at the bottom of the standings.
If the combination of results happens, Tottenham could convince the players who are on the exit ramp to stay, but if this is not the case, they will hardly retain them.
Which players would leave?
According to Richard Keys, English journalist for beIN SPORTS, Chelsea wants to form an English 'backbone' with Harry Kane and also Declan Rice. Kane would arrive to fill the void left by Romelu Lukaku, who did not meet the expectations of the Blues.
Recognized, with numbers to prove it, as one of the most decisive strikers in the world, Harry Kane has not managed to win any title with Spurs and at 28 years of age, he will turn 29 in July, his main goal is to lift a major trophy.
'Daily Mirror' claims that Sergio Reguilón is an increasingly likely future option at Barcelona due to the step backward he has taken at Tottenham Hotspur under Antonio Conte. The Spanish defender accumulates more substitutions than last season and could change teams this summer.