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 By John Crace

Andros Townsend and Kyle Walker set to become latest to leave Spurs?

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets including whether or not DeAndre Yedlin will remain at Tottenham, or if his time may be over at the club.
Andros Townsend showed plenty of promise, but did not progress.

It looks as if the expected clear-out of the players brought in during what will become known by future generations of Spurs fans as "the lost Bale money years" may be more ruthless than anyone had imagined. Along with the prime suspects of Paulinho, Roberto Soldado, Emmanuel Adebayor, Vlad Chiriches, Younes Kaboul, Tom Carroll and Etienne Capoue, Andros Townsend and Kyle Walker look set to go as well.

At the end of last season, neither of these players would have feared for their future at the...

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham must show patience with inconsistent Erik Lamela

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol feels that Roberto Soldado has been Tottenham's worst signing, following Harry Redknapp's statements that Spurs have been a "major disappointment" since he left.

When Mauricio Pochettino was appointed Tottenham's head coach last summer, it was hoped the Argentine would be able to help his countryman Erik Lamela find his feet and show his true ability at White Hart Lane.

One year on and there is still a mass of deadwood in the Spurs squad -- players who will be encouraged to depart as soon as an adequate offer is received -- but should we count Lamela in that category? Should Tottenham cash in now and take what they can get for a player who cost them £30...

 By Nick Miller

Tottenham need to approach transfer window with more caution, less chaos

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets including whether or not DeAndre Yedlin will remain at Tottenham, or if his time may be over at the club.

In this age of virtually perpetual football, even in a supposed "off" summer, we have the Women's World Cup, Copa America, European U21 Championship and myriad other distractions to keep even the most rabid obsessive sated. Thus, in theory, the concept of the transfer "silly season" shouldn't apply these days.

It still does, of course, with the gossip pages as frantic and as voraciously consumed as they ever were, fans are desperate to hear the latest whispered half-truths about their team,...

 By John Crace

Tottenham stadium headache far from being resolved

After an incredible season, Tottenham's Harry Kane is confident his next campaign can be even better.

Sometimes every fan needs a reality check. Mine came on the night before Spurs' final home game against Hull last season. It wasn't a game with much riding on it, but missing the match never entered my mind.

It was also a contest that pretty much matched my expectations, with Spurs edging a win over a fairly lacklustre 90 minutes. Yet the night before I had been invited to a barbecue where I had the pleasure to meet about 20 members of the Dallas Spurs Supporters Club who had come over especially...

Wilshere among several Premier League stars to visit famed tattooist

Despite Lal Hardy being a big Tottenham fan, several Arsenal players -- including Jack Wilshere, right -- visit his tattoo studio.

Lal Hardy, tattooist to scores of footballers and no small number of celebrity clients, leans over his client, tattoo gun in hand and slowly, gently, tenderly gets to work.

Since opening his shop, New Wave Tattoo, in suburban North London in 1981, he has tattooed thousands of people and what seems like half the Premier League. Right now, he's tattooing Olly. I don't know Olly, but I feel as though I do now, given that he is half naked and is stoically coping with what appears to be the inside...

 By Ben Pearce

Spurs focus on Premier League fixtures & Kieran Trippier arrival

The ESPN FC crew debate the ins and outs in what promises to be a busy transfer window.

Tottenham travel to Manchester United on the opening weekend of the 2015-16 season -- the scene of a demoralising 3-0 defeat in March.

United finished one place and six points ahead of the north London club last term to secure the all-important fourth spot -- and that is the gap Tottenham must bridge if they are to return to the Champions League.

Mauricio Pochettino has certainly wasted little time in developing his squad, with Spurs believed to be putting the finishing touches on Kieran Trippier's...