All has been fairly quiet on the exit front. Their are daft stories about players who are not leaving while those we are happy to let go are said to be too expansive, the same situation we find when we try to buy players.
It is all a negotiation to see is a mutually beneficial deal can be agreed, if it can great, if it can't move on. There are sides interested in DeAndre Yedlin who will likely depart. Of those that have been told to find new clubs Federico Fazio has joined Roma on loan with a buy option and Alex Pritchard has joined Norwich City for £8-million.
Nabil Bentaleb is the subject of loan offers but nothing else and then we have a group of players who have been told their game time will be limited and they can leave if they wish. They all know where they stand in the squad and will have to accept that if the choose to stay. it seems all of them do want to stay but offers still come in.
Swansea City have been linked with a move for Nacer Chadli, who turned down a loan move there last summer. Again though he was deemed too expensive. Tom Carroll is another in the same situation, a third choice at best who is happy to stay. Such is the paucity of interest that wales Online are using bookmaker odds to try and suggest a link to Swansea and follow that up by saying he isn't wanted!
A further story suggests Sunderland will have to battle WBA and Swansea, where we already know there isn't a place in the squad for him. West Ham plus Championship sides QPR and Brentford are also both linked, both having taken Spurs players on loan or as purchases before.
Speculation surrounding him, but little concrete. As the window closes and clubs can't get their first options we may see that interest turn into offers, although they may just be loan deals, which doesn't benefit us given his contractual situation.