Antonio Conte has been granted over £180m to bring in 12 new recruits since arriving at Spurs in November 2021.
Richarlison and Conte openly argued in the last days of the Italian coach at Tottenham. Despite being the main striker of the Brazilian national team, Richarlison only scored 1 goal, providing 3 assists for Tottenham after 26 Premier League matches this season . However, he can completely transform under another coach.
11. Arnaut Danjuma
For a long time, Danjuma has not had a complete match for Tottenham. He showed the lost in the Rooster squad.
10. Yves Bissouma
Bissouma was once considered one of the best defensive midfielders in the Premier League. However, Tottenham’s £25m signing has been disappointing since leaving Brighton. Anyway, given his talent, he will probably enjoy a fresh start under a new coach.
9. Destiny Udogie
Signed last summer, Udogie has yet to play for Spurs when he was loaned out immediately to Udinese. But the young full-back has impressed in Italy, and hasn’t been swayed by Tottenham’s disappointing season.
8. Djed Spence
Conte clearly didn’t appreciate Spence and only gave him five minutes in the Premier League, with four appearances. He has to spend the second half of this season at Rennes.
7. Clement Lenglet
A temporary, usually mid-range contract for Tottenham. Despite being constantly used in recent times, Barca’s central defender has not been able to impress.
6. Ivan Perisic
As a player with a lot of experience and quality, Perisic has started this season with outstanding performances. But the Croatian player’s form since the World Cup is quite bad. It would not be surprising if Perisic leaves Tottenham in the summer of 2023.
5. Fraser Forster
Forster has become reliable since Hugo Lloris got injured. The veteran goalkeeper has received much praise for giving Spurs results they perhaps didn’t deserve. And it is quite understandable when Forster is called up back to the England team.
4. Pedro Porro
The full-back has impressed since joining the club in January. Porro scored his first Spurs goal against Southampton before a crisis that angered Conte and forced him to leave.
3. Rodrigo Bentancur
Bentancur is a top-class playmaker. He joined Spurs in January last year and helped the club overtake Arsenal to finish in the top four of the Premier League last season. The Uruguayan is comfortable with the ball and powerful without the ball.
2. Cristian Romero
Romero is a quality defender that any future Spurs manager will use as the foundation on which to build the back line.
1. Dejan Kulusevski
Kulusevski has enjoyed great success since arriving at Tottenham Hotspur in January 2022. Endowed with skill, intelligence and mobility, the Sweden international teamed up brilliantly with Harry Kane and Son Heung-min to send Spurs into the top four last year. This season, he has also scored 2 goals, providing 7 assists in 29 Premier League games.