Tottenham Hotspur enjoyed an extremely busy summer in the transfer market both from the outlook of incomings and outgoings.
Daniel Levy, Fabio Paratici and Nuno Espirito Santo welcomed five new faces to north London throughout the duration of the window, whilst eight members of last season’s squad were all waved goodbye to., whether that be at the end of their contract or a permanent sale.
According to transfermarkt, Tottenham managed to recoup just under £30million worth of transfer fees throughout the summer window.
The players to have left have endured mixed fortunes since though and football.london takes a close look at exactly how they have been getting on since leaving the club.
A transfer that was mooted before it was even officially announced, the Argentine centre-back impressed on-loan with Villarreal as the club claimed the Europa League against Manchester United.
His move to Spain was made permanent in the summer and Foyth has continued to play a key role. Villarreal have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the La Liga season, whilst they narrowly missed out on the UEFA Super Cup title to Chelsea.
Foyth has made nine appearances in all competitions having forged himself a role at right-back.
One of the surprise exits of the summer, the Belgian defender completed a move to Qatari outfit Al-Duhail but has so far only played three games for his new club.
Despite that, each of his appearances have resulted in a victory, with Alderweireld’s new employers currently sitting second in the Qatari Stars League.
Leaving Tottenham for Watford late in the window, Sissoko enjoyed a rapid return to Spurs by starting in the 1-0 loss against Nuno Espirito Santo’s side in August.
He has gone on to play every minute in the Premier League since, with Watford having recently made a managerial alteration after Claudio Ranieri took over from Xisco Munoz.
After being told he didn’t have a future at Spurs by Nuno Espirito Santo, Hart elected to move north to link up with Scottish giants Celtic.
He has become the club undisputed No.1, having already made 15 appearances in all competitions for the Hoops since and has captained the club a few times.
Hart has committed a few baffling errors thus far, though, particularly in a Europa League qualifier against AZ Alkmaar.
Another to link up with Watford, Rose’s opportunities were at first limited but the 31-year-old appears to have finally found a route into the team.
He has started each of the last four matches in the Premier League. His experience could well be key in Watford staving off the threat of relegation throughout the remainder of the campaign and he will hope he retains his place under new boss Ranieri.
Arguably the standout performers of those to leave Spurs in the summer, Lamela has already produced eye-catching numbers with Sevilla.
He netted twice on his debut for the Andalusian outfit, whilst following that up with a goal against Getafe in his next game.
The 29-year-old also has two assists to his name so far in the current campaign, meaning he has already matched the amount of goal contributions he managed for Spurs last season.
Somewhat characteristically though, Lamela has only played the full 90 minutes for Sevilla once.
Released at the end of his contract, the Argentine goalkeeper did not end up leaving London as he was snapped up by Championship outfit Fulham.
Gazzaniga has already made 11 appearances for the Whites, with his performances a big reason why they sit fifth in the current standings.
Leaving Spurs on deadline day, it took a little while for the Ivorian to find a new club. However, he has since penned a deal with Villarreal, where he joins Juan Foyth.
He is yet to make his debut for the Spanish outfit and will have to wait until after the international break for his chance.
Source by Football London