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The Four Players Tottenham Should Offload: Could Make £30m from Sales

by Mr Neutral

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Time to rid the club of some rotting deadwood.

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Harry Redknapp appears to have plans aplenty to rejuvenate the White Hart Lane squad still further and has his eyes on some top notch youngsters and even though the club has posted record profits they could make a tidy profit from selling these four dead weights in order to balance the books.

David Bentley – Value: £10m – Interested: Aston Villa and Sunderland

Had the chance in the north London derby to prove himself one last time and he blew it. Forever looking for a clever ball that never comes off and unable to perform the basics of the game. His confidence is shot to pieces and perhaps the lack of first team action isn’t helping but how the hell can Harry Redknapp pick a player who is just not good enough. The club could get at least £10m from a sale and the likes of Aston Villa and Sunderland have been sniffing around the one time England international.

Roman Pavlyuchenko – Value: £12m – Interested: Valencia and Roma

An entirely different kettle of fish to Bentley, Roman is very much the right player at the wrong time. Tries his heart out when he has a shot in the first team but will simply not get ahead of Robbie Keane, Jermain Defoe or Peter Crouch and with a World Cup starting spot in the balance the Russian international will have to leave soon in order to prove to Guus Hiddink he can once again be the quality player that wowed the fans at Euro 2008.

Gareth Bale – Value: £6m – Interested: AC Milan (apparently!) and Birmingham (thats more likely)

Yes I think all Spurs fans know that the Welsh youngster is still just 20 but he appears to be going backwards and not forwards. Has yet to start a Premier League game this season but perhaps that is a blessing in disguise given his incredibly poor record when he does make an appearance.

Alan Hutton – Value: £4m – Interested: Surely someone

Harry Redknapp has an army of full backs and Scottish international Hutton is very low down on the list and again a player who promised much but gave very little. Injuries and poor form have marred his time at White Hart Lane and once again, like the others on this list, if Harry is offered a decent price for the former Rangers man then he would gleefully take it with both hands.


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