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Daniel Levy and Ange Postecoglou face losing five Tottenham players on free transfers in 2024.

Five members of Ange Postecoglou’s current Tottenham squad will be allowed to leave the club as free agents next summer.

Despite a promising start to life under Ange Postecoglou, Tottenham has a lot more to accomplish in the forthcoming transfer windows. Spurs must ensure that, after a few of difficult seasons in north London, they return to fighting for a top-four berth on a regular basis and do not continue to yo-yo between the many European competitions on offer.


Last month, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino indicated that the club needs another two of transfer windows to become the club he envisions. Tottenham only sold five players on permanent contracts in the summer, but the next couple of transfer windows might see them add to their team even more.

The club will need to keep an eye on player contracts as they plan for the future, with decisions needed on five players who will be eligible to go on free transfers next summer, which chairman Daniel Levy will want to avoid. In this article, we examine at the five players who might potentially leave Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for nothing in 2024.

Ivan Perisic

Ivan Perisic

Perisic, who suffered an ACL damage in his right knee during non-contact training last month, may have already played his final game for Tottenham. It’s an injury that will likely keep him out for the rest of the season.

His absence is a huge setback for Postecoglou and the Spurs, as he proven his significance to the squad in the first few games of the season. Despite not getting as many minutes as he would have wanted due to having to adjust to a bench role, the Croat contributed two assists and was instrumental in Lisandro Martinez’s own goal in their 2-0 win over Manchester United in August.

With the player set to turn 35 at the beginning of February, the odds of a contract extension look extremely small as Postecoglou and Spurs plan for the future. If he does miss the rest of the season due to injury, it will be a harsh way for him to leave Tottenham after contributed so much at the start of the season.

Hugo Lloris
Hugo Lloris

Hugo Lloris

Despite having stated at the start of the summer that he intended to move on and accept a new challenge, Lloris is still a member of the Tottenham team. past to the summer transfer deadline, a deal never materialised, and in the end, despite past concerns about his position in the team, Spurs registered him as a member of their 25-man Premier League party.

Lloris has continued to train with Spurs but has not been called up to the matchday squad thus far this season. If the proper offer comes along, he may leave the football team in January. If not, his lengthy relationship with Tottenham will come to an end in the summer.

Eric Dier

Dier is another seasoned player who appears destined to move on at the end of the current campaign. The England international, who was once a dependable starter for the Lilywhites, has yet to play a single game this season.

Opportunities in the first team are going to be incredibly difficult to come by for the player due to Cristian Romero and Micky van de Ven‘s form, and there isn’t any cup games on the horizon until Spurs enter the third round of the FA Cup in January. Dier would be able to choose which teams to play for next summer if his contract expired, and as he would be a free agent when he joined his new team, he would also probably receive a sizable signing-on fee.

Eric Dier
Eric Dier

Fraser Forster

Tottenham has a good supply of goalkeepers right now, but three of them will have contracts expiring in the summer of 2019. One of them is Forster, who agreed to a two-year deal after relocating to the capital in June 2022.

Brandon Austin

The third and final custodian at Tottenham whose contract expires in the summer is Austin. The academy grad’s chances of playing for the first team are, to put it mildly, remote because he is currently third-choice behind Vicario and Forster.

Austin, 24, will eventually want to go for the sake of his own career, even though it could be advantageous for Tottenham to retain him around so that they have enough coverage between the posts. Austin has only ever played on loan with Viborg and Orlando, so he has very little first-team experience to his name. The summer of 2024 may be the ideal moment to rectify that.



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