Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Hugo Lloris could all leave Tottenham this summer.
That is the view of former Arsenal and Everton striker Kevin Campbell, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the prospect of Scott Parker succeeding Jose Mourinho as manager.
This site revealed on Wednesday that Spurs have put out feelers for Parker, 40, and his cause is being championed by club chairman Daniel Levy.
As quoted by the Daily Mail on Saturday, the Fulham boss refused to be drawn on the possibility of taking over at Tottenham.
Campbell questioned whether Parker was capable of competing with the likes of Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp.
“I don’t know if Scott Parker is the right man for Spurs,” he told Football Insider.
“There are a lot of big questions that need answering there. Does he have the answers?
“He is an ex player there and he has shown that he is a decent manager to get Fulham to where they are right now but I’m not sure if that’s enough.
“It is a big step up, Spurs. I do not know if he is capable.
“There are question marks over Harry Kane’s future, Son’s future and Hugo Lloris’. There is a hell of a lot of unknowns. There could be a huge amount of change there in the summer.
“They want trophies. If you want trophies you have to beat the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, United and Chelsea. Is Parker capable of competing at the top end? I’m not so sure.”