Five Tottenham players out of contract next year
Jose Mourinho is facing a busy 2021 as he looks to shape his Tottenham Hotspur squad even further.
His first full transfer window has Spurs head coach brought about as many as seven first-team additions – two of which were loan deals that could be made permanent.
As well as bringing new players ahead of the 2020/21 campaign, the Lilywhites said goodbye to Jan Vertonghen and Michel Vorm after their contracts expired at the end of last season.
And history could repeat itself in the summer of 2021 as well as 2022 with as many as 11 first-team players fast approaching the final six to 18 months of their deals in north London.
With that said, here’s when the contracts of every Tottenham first-team squad member expire, as reports the football.london.
In addition, there are updates on several Spurs players out on loan this season – including the likes of Ryan Sessegnon, Olivier Skipp, and Juan Foyth.
Hugo Lloris – 2022
The club captain has just under two years to run on his contract which he signed back in December 2016, making him one of the club’s top earners.
If Lloris sees out that contract he will have served the club for an entire decade.
Joe Hart – 2022
Signed to provide back-up/competition to Lloris, the former Man City stopper has committed the next two years of his career to Spurs.
Paulo Gazzaniga – 2022
The Argentine signed a five-year deal when he moved to Spurs from Southampton in 2017.
Gazzaniga featured regularly last season with Lloris out injured for just over three months, but has found himself as the third-choice keeper this term.
Alfie Whiteman – 2022
All four of Spurs’ first-team keepers are will be out of contract at the end of next season, Whiteman is the youngest of the quartet, so could soon be line for an extension.
Matt Doherty – 2024
Signed from Wolves in the summer, the Republic of Ireland international has made a solid start to life in north London and will be around for a few more years.
Sergio Reguilon – 2025
There’s a lot of excitement regarding Reguilon. If all goes well he could be Spurs’ first-choice left-back for the next decade at least.
Toby Alderweireld – 2023
The Belgian international committed his long-term future to the club last December after penning a new contract in N17.
Alderweireld had looked set to depart on a free transfer before Jose Mourinho ensured he put pen-to-paper.
Davinson Sanchez – 2024
The Colombian penned an improved six-year contract in May 2018 following his move from Ajax a few months earlier.
Joe Rodon – 2025
The last of Spurs’ summer signings in an £11m deal from Swansea City and is one for the future.
Eric Dier – 2024
Mourinho’s arrival has brought about a new lease of life for Dier as he’s now playing in his preferred centre-back position and signed a new deal in the summer.
Japhet Tanganga – 2025
The academy ace signed a new five-year deal in the summer and has shown signs of developing into a top-class centre-back.
Serge Aurier – 2022
The 27-year-old Ivory Coast international signed a five-year deal when he was bought by Spurs for £24m from PSG in 2017.
Ben Davies – 2024
Signed a two-year contract extension in July 2019 taking his deal to the summer of 2024.
Danny Rose – 2021
Will almost certainly depart next year as he’s not in Mourinho’s plans.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – 2025
Perhaps Spurs’ best piece of business in the summer and fans will get to see the Dane pulling the strings in central midfield for many more years.
Harry Winks – 2024
Highly-rated Winks signed a new deal in July 2019 after an impressive campaign in north London.
Seemed to have cemented his place in Mourinho’s side and was on course to be key for the team over the coming years. But has founds starts difficult to come by this season.
Erik Lamela – 2022
The winger committed his long-term future to the club in July 2018 after signing a deal until 2022.
Has impressed Mourinho so far but injuries have proved problematic once again.
Moussa Sissoko – 2023
The 30-year-old extended his deal with Spurs until the summer of 2023 at the end of September last year.
Sissoko was outstanding for Tottenham last season and he definitely deserved his contract extension.
Giovani Lo Celso – 2025
Spurs moved early to sign him on a permanent deal after initially moving to the club on a loan deal from Real Betis.
Now a Tottenham player until the summer of 2025.
Dele Alli – 2024
Previously extending his deal back in September 2016, the England international committed his long-term future to the club by penning a new six-year contract in October 2018.
However, there is talk of him leaving in January after falling out of favour.
Tanguy Ndombele – 2025
The French international signed for Spurs in a club-record deal from Lyon in the summer of 2019.
After a difficult debut season in English football, Ndombele is showing signs of becoming a key player at Spurs for many years to come.
Gedson Fernandes – 2021
Joined the club on an 18-month loan deal from Benfica in January 2020.
But has he shown enough to convince Mourinho that he is worthy of a permanent move to the club?
Son Heung-Min – 2023
The South Korea international signed fresh terms in July 2018 to extend his deal until 2023.
A key part of Mourinho’s Tottenham team and the club will want to extend his contract again very soon as a reward for his form over the past two seasons.
Gareth Bale – 2021
The Welshman returned to Spurs in the summer, but only on a season-long loan deal from Real Madrid.
Harry Kane – 2024
Kane is contracted to Spurs until 2024 and interested clubs will have to pay big money to sign him.
Steven Bergwijn -2025
Penned a long-term deal at the club in January after joining from PSV.
Lucas Moura – 2024
Signed a new deal last summer and has featured regularly since Mourinho’s appointment as boss.
Carlos Vinicius – 2021
Similar to Bale, the Brazilian is on loan at Spurs for the season, although the deal can be made permanent at the end of the season.
Jack Clarke – 2023
Back at Spurs this season following two loan spells last term, does have a huge battle on his hands to get regular game time.
Selected loan players
Ryan Sessegnon – 2025
Juan Foyth – 2023
Oliver Skipp – 2024
Cameron Carter-Vickers – 2021