Paul Robinson has tipped Cameron Carter-Vickers to be one of many Tottenham casualties this summer.
The former White Hart Lane number one, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, suggested a number of players will be shown the exit door to make room for new signings.
This site revealed on Saturday that Carter-Vickers, who is currently on loan at Bournemouth, will be allowed to leave the club permanently in the summer.
This is despite a fine run of form at the promotion hopefuls after overcoming early-season injury issues.
Football Insider also understands that Spurs plan to offload Serge Aurier in the next window despite the Ivory Cost international starting regularly this season.
Coaching staff are said to regard the right-back as “uncoachable” and the club will therefore try to offload him for the second consecutive summer.
When asked for his assessment of Carter-Vickers’ future in north London, Robinson told Football Insider:
“I think Carter-Vickers will leave Spurs this summer and I think he will be among others.
“The summer is fast approaching and it is a big window for Spurs. There has been a lot of upheaval over the past 12 months and I think this summer will be really important.
“Jose Mourinho has time to assess his squad and look at who he will clear out to make room for new faces. I think there will be a lot of movement in and out at Spurs in the next window.
“Yes, they have a very strong squad but there are a few he would like to move out and that will pave the way for new signings.”