After a disappointing season that promised so much at the beginning with the club having spent over £100 million in new players, Tottenham ended up firing their manager Andres Villas-Boas and replacing him with an interim manager in Tim Sherwood Spurs have failed to secure Champions League football next season and will not only be looking to bring in a new high profile manager, but also rebuild the team that will involve letting players go.

One such player is Andros Townsend who now suffering with an ankle injury will miss the World Cup and half of pre-season training due to surgery.

The consensus is that he will be offered around the Premiership to other clubs with his best match quite possibly Southampton where he should fit right in with their style of play.

Other player likely to be on the move include Gylfi Sigurdsson and Nacer Chadli while Brazilian midfielder Paulinho could be sold to the highest bidder following some behind the scenes trouble according to the Sunday Mirror in which he criticised Tim Sherwood’s rotation tactics.