Fabio Paratici now has two weeks remaining to finalise Tottenham’s summer business in the transfer market.
Already making an impact at the club with long-serving players such as Toby Alderweireld and Erik Lamela moving on, Spurs have so far brought in three new signings.
Pierluigi Gollini was the first to arrive at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after joining from Italian side Atalanta, with Bryan Gil clinching a move from Sevilla two days later.
Given there will be incomings and outgoings over the next two weeks, which players could be on their way from the club? football.london takes a look.
Could Sanchez still be on his way out of Tottenham despite a defensive masterclass against Man City?
That’s a big decision Paratici has to make over the next couple of weeks amid previous speculation that the Colombian would be heading out of the door this summer.
In an ideal world Spurs will be able to bring in another centre-back and that would no doubt pave the way for someone to depart.
Kane’s future is going to be a major talking point over the next two weeks.
Heavily linked with a move to Man City, the 28-year-old wasn’t involved at all against Pep Guardiola’s team at the weekend and it remains to be seen what will happen next with the England captain.
City looked incredibly poor in attack in N17 and their display may see them make their move for the Tottenham man sooner rather than later.
Tottenham have maintained they have no intention of selling Kane this summer and the Premier League champions are going to have to stump up serious money if they want Daniel Levy to deal with them.
The later it drags on the less likely it will be that a deal goes through.
Sissoko is going to struggle for game time this season following Oliver Skipp’s return from his loan spell at Norwich City.
The youngster was excellent in the win over Man City and he could well be on course for a regular starting spot alongside Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg in midfield.
While of course the Europa Conference League offers the French international a chance to play regular football, he will want to be playing week in, week out rather than having a bit-part role.
Aurier still remains at the club despite previously making it clear that he wants to depart for a new challenge.
Now in the final year of his contract in the capital, Tottenham need to move the full-back on ASAP while they can still bring in a decent fee for him because otherwise they run the risk of only getting a small amount for the Ivorian if he is still at the club come January.
It needs to be a priority for Paratici to part with the ex-PSG man.
Tottenham fans are still waiting to see Ndombele in action this summer after he missed out on all five pre-season friendlies and Sunday’s win over Man City.
Espirito Santo has already made it clear that the midfielder is not injured and that it’s “not the right moment for him to be in games”.
Plenty of people won’t want to lose Ndombele given he is such a talented player but a decision may have to be made one way or another if the current situation carries on.
However, it’s hard to see many clubs wanting to stump up the kind of money Spurs would be after for Ndombele after signing him in a club-record deal back in July 2019.
The transfer window is in full swing and big moves are happening at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, so we want to keep you in the know and hear your thoughts and reactions.
By signing up to our Spurs newsletter you’ll be able to receive the latest Spurs news and rumours all in one place, as well as exclusive articles and insight from club writers Alasdair Gold and Rob Guest, all for free!
And, if you want to take part in the debate in the comments, or get your questions answered in the frequent Q&As with Alasdair and Rob, be sure to create an account to join the discussion.
Game time is going to be extremely hard for Clarke once again this season and it may be best he heads out on loan elsewhere.
It’s a big campaign for the player as he is now at the halfway point of his Tottenham contract and he needs to show those at the club what he’s really about if he is to become a regular in the future.
Carter-Vickers is another player who just isn’t going to get the minutes he wants at Tottenham in 2021/22.
Very impressive in his year at Bournemouth, the centre-back certainly won’t be short of options in the final two weeks of the window.