Tottenham Hotspur’s present is not good. Eliminated from the Europa League, José Mourinho’s team struggles to climb places in the Premier League, with the aim of qualifying for the European competitions the following season.
Currently, the Spurs are sixth overall with 49 points in 30 games played. With a not very showy game, the critics for the London team do not stop arriving, and it is that, with the great payroll that it has – stars like Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min, Gareth Bale and Hugo Lloris stand out-, the set of ‘ Mou ‘should be fighting for the first places in England and for the final instances in international competition. However, the present says the opposite and Spurs are fighting for a place in the Champions League or Europa League so as not to classify the season as a resounding failure.
Precisely, product of that bad campaign, the English media, The Mirror, published the list of players who would not be in Mourinho’s plans and that Tottenham would let go in the next transfer market. In it, the Colombian Dávinson Sánchez appears, who, despite having regularity in the first team (31 games played in the season), has been accumulating errors in the position and this would have finished condemning him.
As explained by the British media, in addition to Dávinson, six other players would have their doors open and would be very close to leaving the club: Serge Aurier, Dele Alli, Harry Winks, Davinson Sanchez, Ryan Sessegnon, Juan Foyth (on loan) and Erik Lamela.
Thus, Tottenham would let seven players go to give the squad a new look and, with new additions, will seek to fight for the titles in the following season. What will happen to Dávinson?