White Hart Lane boss claims clearout talk is rubbish and is looking to strengthen his squad to push for the Premier League.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has dismissed suggestions he will have to sell his top stars this summer.
Spurs’ chairman Daniel Levy has said the squad will need to be trimmed down if they fail to re-qualify for the Champions League next season.
Should the North London club fail to overturn a 4-o deficit against Real Madrid tonight, Tottenham will have to finish in the top four.
They are currently in fifth, three points behind Manchester City but with a game in hand.
Reports suggest if they fail to make the Champions League next season they will be forced to sell stars like Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and Aaron Lennon.
But Redknapp claims the stories are unfounded and Levy’s comments does not mean his top players will be shown the exit.
“Not a chance. Absolutely rubbish,” Redknapp said.
“They’ve all got contracts, none of them are leaving. When Daniel said that we might have to trim the squad, he was talking about a lot of players on-loan.
“That’s what he is talking about.”
Indeed Redknapp believes a few more investments will see Spurs emerge as genuine title contenders.
“We’re not far off anybody really, we’re right there. We’re not far off Arsenal,” he added.
“With one or two quality players in the summer we can be right there.”