Seven players who will not be named in Tottenham’s Premier League squad

The deadline for completing the squad for Tottenham’s first half of the 2023–24 Premier League season is this afternoon.

Following the arrivals and departures from the summer transfer window, each Premier League club will get ready to submit a list of their 25-man roster, with a maximum of 17 non-homegrown players allowed in each team.

Up to the start of the January transfer window, only the players named by Ange Postecoglou and his staff will be permitted to be played in the Premier League.

In order to improve their chances of maintaining their current ranking of second in the league standings, Spurs will have that month to make any changes to their squad and subsequently their squad list that they deem necessary.

There are some players, nevertheless, who are eligible to compete for the club’s senior team while not appearing on the list. A player may play for the senior team without being on the roster as long as they are younger than 21 and were born on or after January 1, 2002.

In order to emphasize the great young players Spurs won’t need to include on their squad list this afternoon, has created a list of our own.

Defender – Ashley Phillips (18) Midfielder – Pape Matar Sarr (20) Midfielder – George Abbott   (18)MidfieldeNileJohn(20) Striker – Alejo Veliz (19) Striker – Jude Soonsup-Bell (19)


“So much ability” – Ange Postecoglou told he has an “unbelievable talent” yet to make his debut at Tottenham

The ex-Arsenal star has lavished him with praise.

Despite not having played a single minute for Tottenham Hotspur, Aaron Ramsey told manager Ange Postecoglou that he has “unbelievable talent” in his ranks.

Who has Tottenham 2023 acquired?

Guglielmo Vicario, a youthful center back, Ashley Phillips, Micky van de Ven, England star James Maddison, winger Manor Solomon, striker Alejo Veliz, and forward Brennan Johnson were among the seven key players the north Londoners signed during the summer transfer window.

One of Postecoglou’s new recruits, Maddison, who has two goals and two assists in his first four Premier League appearances, has adapted to life at Tottenham with remarkable panache.

The performances by Vicario and van de Ven have also contributed to Spurs’ current unbeaten run in the top division. Three of their first four games have ended in victories for Postecoglou’s team, who defeated Man United, Bournemouth, and Burnley.

With Spurs playing newly promoted Sheffield United this weekend, life after Antonio Conte is so far going well. The game gives Postecoglou with the chance to secure yet another three points and disprove his skeptics.


Members of the team, including Swedish international attacker Dejan Kulusevski, confess the head coach is “surprised” by the Australian’s talent. The Australian has gained popularity at N17.

Regarding his manager, Kulusevski said, “I’ve been a little surprised, but he’s really good.”

We had a pretty difficult time at the end of the previous season, but he has extremely great energy, so it went quite quickly. Everyone on our young team wants to play in this manner… Everyone on the team has obviously tried their best to listen as much as possible.

Some Spurs players have taken advantage of the international break to show Postecoglou what they can do and why he should consider starting them in the future.

One of them is summer signing Johnson, a Wales international who hasn’t yet had a chance to wear a Lilywhites jersey after joining from Nottingham Forest on the deadline day.

The 22-year-old was lauded and complimented for his “unbelievable talent” earlier this week when former Arsenal player Ramsey spoke to the media (via Football Daily).

Ramsey stated of the player, “He’s an unbelievable talent and has demonstrated what he is capable of doing over the last year or so at Forest.”

“I hope he can take another step ahead, and I hope he can continue to play a significant role for Wales for many years to come.

He is extremely talented; all we need to do is link him up with the rest of our front three so they can play well together, create opportunities for one another, and pose questions to the opposition.

How good is Brennan Johnson?

Not just Ramsey, but also Roy Keane, a former Man United player turned pundit, has praised Johnson, describing him as “very talented” as early as 2022.

In advance of Forest’s FA Cup match against Arsenal, Keane said on ITV (via Nottinghamshire Live), “No doubt a lot of teams are looking at him and we’ll see if Forest can hold on to him.”

“It will be interesting to observe how he performs against a challenging team. He is difficult and has some speed.

“He’s incredibly gifted and has an assist in him. You may occasionally need to take out a loan.

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