Tottenham’s ‘incredible’ player returns to training with first team after move fell through
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Tottenham’s ‘incredible’ player returns to training with first team after move fell through

Tottenham Hotspur have already managed to get rid of a number of unwanted players in this summer transfer window.

Daniel Levy no longer had the courage to say goodbye to some of his Tottenham players at the beginning of the summer.

Much of the work carried out in north London has resulted in players leaving on free transfers, with Spurs suffering significant losses on players such as Tanguy Ndombele.

There was one sale, with Joe Rodon returning to Leeds United and Spurs signing young Archie Gray from The Whites.

However, the departure of one remaining player appeared to prove ineffective as he was forced to return to training at Hotspur Way.

Tottenham’s ‘incredible’ player returns to training with first team after move fell through
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Tottenham player sees summer transfer slump

Spurs may have made a good start to the transfer window in terms of offloading some unwanted players, but there is still a lot of work to be done.

The Lilywhites head into pre-season with a number of players in their squad who Ange Postecoglou is unlikely to recall for the new season.

With players like Bryan Gil, Alejo Veliz and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg at the club, Spurs still have a few potential departures they could work on in the coming weeks.

However, the potential transfer of one of the club’s outcasts is apparently encountering some problems.

Djed Spence’s potential return to Genoa has all but fallen through, according to Nizaar Kinsella.

The right-back spent last season on loan at the Serie A club, where a return was mooted.

However, the £8.5m option was deemed too high for Genoa to afford to offer the defender, with a possible deal described as “highly unlikely”.

Djed Spence returns to Tottenham training

Spurs returned to north London ahead of the start of the new season, with pre-season training starting this weekend.

This will leave Postecoglou facing some awkward interactions when a number of his loan players return to the club.

In addition to Spence, Sergio Reguilon, who will also be looking for a new club this summer, has also returned to training.

Although the former Middlesbrough defender has been described as “unreliable” in the past, his chances could improve under Postecoglou as Spurs look to diversify their options at right-back.

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