current status

Here is a list of Spurs players in and around the first team squad and how they are 
currently doing on and off the pitch.  MEHSTG will keep this up to date to allow you to 
keep abreast of who is available and who is in favour (among other things).

KEY :
Blue text indicates in current first team reckoning or young players on the fringe of squad.
White text indicates players on loan.
Grey text indicates players who have left the club.
Numbers in brackets notify appearances as a substitute.
 

UPDATED 02 December 2016

PLAYER

SQUAD No.

COMMENT CONTRACT Apps/
cards/
goals or clean sheets
(Prem)
Apps/
cards/
goals
(EL)
Apps/
cards/
goals
(FA Cup)
Apps/
cards/
goals
 (L Cup)
Total Apps Total Goals/ clean sheets STATUS
Toby Alderweireld 4 An excellent signing from Atletico Madrid, Alderweireld re-formed his partnership with Vertonghen form Ajax and Belgium.  Reads the game very well and is strong in the air.  Plays a great diagonal pass and is dangerous at the other end from set-pieces. July 2021 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Dele Alli 20 Signed in January 2015, but allowed to stay with MK Dons until the summer, Dele Alli came to Spurs and quickly made his mark in the first team, signing a new deal until 2021.  A technically gifted midfielder, who has a great engine, he has slotted into the side without any problem at all. July 2022 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Nabil Bentaleb 6 Has not been a regular starter and will have been perturbed by Ryan Mason's promotion not the midfield ahead of him. July 2018 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Out on loan (Schalke 04)
Tom Carroll 29 Talented midfielder who has been added to the match-day squad and has shone on the opportunities he has had to play in the first team.  His passing is a great asset and he can score goals too. Signed a contract extension, showing Pochettino's faith in his ability. July 2019 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Cameron Carter-Vickers 38 A man mountain of a young man, whose presence in the first team is testament to the high regard he is held in by the Spurs management.  19 years old, the US Under-23 international made his debut against Gillingham in the League Cup and looked very comfortable at centre half. July 2019 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Nacer Chadli - On the mark again against Arsenal, so that will ensure him some cult status.  Sometimes looks like he is out of the game and needs to impose himself more. July 2018 -

  - 
  - 

-

-

  - 
  - 

-

-

  - 
  - 

-

-

  - 
  - 

-

- - Left the club (West Bromwich Albion)
Shaquile Coulthirst - On loan at York City and Wigan Athletic, Shaq returned to Spurs and was scoring well in the Under-21s, but left to join Peterborough United in the January 2016 transfer window. - -

  - 
  - 

-

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  - 
  - 

-

-

  - 
  - 

-

-

  - 
  - 

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0 (0) 0 Left the club (Peterborough United)
Ben Davies 33 Looked better against Forest than against Partizan Belgrade, but Ben is still settling in to his new surroundings and he has shown good crossing ability to service the forwards. 30.06.2019 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

- (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Injured (ankle)
Mousa Dembele 19 Has looked sharper and more willing to get further forward, where he can hurt opposition defences.  Rumours that Everton might come in for him in January. 30.06.2019 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Eric Dier 15 Hasn't done anything wrong, but has taken a back seat as Naughton played well against Forest and Arsenal, so will need to impress when he gets his chance again. 30.06.2019 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Christian Eriksen 23 Shows his undoubted ability in flashes, but Poch seems to want to get him more involved in games.  Stuck to his task well against Arsenal and his passing helped us on the break. 30.06.2018 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Federico Fazio - A central defensive signing who did not work out for Pochettino and Fazio looked a little off the pace in the Premier League.  Allowed to rejoin his former club Sevilla on loan, with Tottenham hoping they would make that permanent, but the La Liga club said that would only happen if they got Champions League football. 30.06.2018 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 0 Out on loan (AS Roma)
Harry Kane 10 Has done well this season in the chances he has been given by Poch.  Takes a goal pretty well and is showing a strength on the ball which helps him hold play up and bring others into play.  Put paid to rumours of contract problems by signing a new deal with the club in November. July 2022 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Erik Lamela 11 Another player who has shown good strength on the ball and he is willing to chase back and win it when we are not in possession.  Looks as though he would benefit from a goal as his play has been about setting up others, but has gone close with efforts of his own. 30.06.2017 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Injured (hip)
Hugo Lloris 1 No chance with the goals against Arsenal, but his stop to deny Mertesacker's header was a world class save.  A consistent performer. 01.07.2019 - (0) 

  0 
  0 

-

- (0) 

  0 
  0 

-

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

- (0) - Fit
Pau Lopez 30 Signed on loan from Espanyol with a view to a permanent deal, Pau Lopez is a goalkeeper, who has made the Spanish full squad after playing Under-21 games for his country.  Good cover for the two first choice keepers and one for the future. - - (0) 

  0 
  0 

-

- (0) 

  0 
  0 

-

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

- (0) - Fit
Ryan Mason - Had been a regular in defensive midfield for Spurs in the early part of the 2015-16 season until injury struck.  With Wanyama adding to the options in defensive midfield, the Enfield Davids moved on to get first team football.  July 2014 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Left the club (Hull City)
Clinton N'Jie - Signed from Lyon, striker N'Jie hardly got a chance in the 2015-16 season due to injury.  Surprising that Spurs allowed him to go on loan to Marseille, although it was part of the deal to bring N'Koudou to White Hart Lane. July 2017 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Out on loan (Marseille)
Georges-Kevin N'Koudou 14 Following the longest transfer saga in history, N'Koudou signed from Marseille some five weeks after having a medical.  A young, pacy and tricky winger, he adds options to Pochettino's midfield and although N'Jie had left on loan as part of the deal, it looks like Spurs have secured the services of a promising player. July 2017 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Conor Ogilvie - Allowed to join Stevenage for the 2015-16 season, Conor was playing regularly under former Spurs man Teddy Sheringham, who was manager at the Lamex, but with his sacking in February, it remains to see if the defender gets more playing time.  Signed a new deal with Spurs in January 2016. July 2017 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Josh Onomah 25 Young attacker who has had a first team chance this season, with Pochettino promoting him form the Under-21s and signed his second new deal in seven months with the club in February 2016. July 2020 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Alex Pritchard - Just when it looked like he might get a chance in the first team under Pochettino, Pritchard picked up an ankle injury playing for England U21s in the summer and was out until the end of 2015.  When he was fit again, he was sent out on loan to West Bromwich Albion until the end of the season. July 2015 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Left the club (Norwich City)
Danny Rose 3 Has been in and out of the team, as has his rival Ben Davies, as Pochettino mixes and matches his squad to get the most out of them.  Random rumour on transfer deadline day about Manchester United wanting to sign Danny. July 2021 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Andros Townsend - While he showed a goal-scoring edge to his game in England performances, it was something Andros did not reproduce often enough in a Spurs shirt and after only a few outings in the 2015-16 season and following a post-match on-pitch bust-up with fitness coach Nathan Gardiner, Townsend was sold to Newcastle for GBP12 million. July 2017 0 (1) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

1

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Left the club (Newcastle United)
Jan Vertonghen 5 Playing well at the heart of the Spurs defence despite the absence of his partner Alderweireld, Jan has signed an extended contract to secure his future at the club. July 2019 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Injured (knee ligaments)
Michel Vorm 13 Had a couple of good outings in the FA Cup, showing he is a good keeper and a valuable back up to Lloris. July 2018 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Kyle Walker 2 Has undergone surgery on his lower abdomen to try and sort out the pelvic problem he has suffered with since last season. July 2021 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Victor Wanyama 12 A favourite of Pochettino's at Southampton, the Kenyan midfielder has been snapped up from St. Mary's to add to the defensive midfield at Tottenham. July 2021 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Harry Winks 28 Young, energetic midfielder, who Tottenham have high hopes for is being introduced into the first team squad this season.  Short, but strong on the ball and in the tackle, Harry Winks could well provide good cover for those in the defensive midfield positions. July 2021 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Fit
Grant Ward - On loan at Rotherham United, Grant had to deal with a change of manager, but extended his loan until the end of the 2015-16 season.  Signed a new deal with Spurs at the same time. July 2018 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Left the club (Ipswich Town)
DeAndre Yedlin - Being well covered at right back, Spurs put Yedlin out on loan at Sunderland.  Has had a change of manager at the Stadium of Light and has not featured regularly. July 2018 0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 

  0 
  0 

0

0 (0) 0 Left the club (Newcastle United)

 

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