Danny Rose, Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier are on an eight-man list of players that Tottenham Hotspur have made available for transfer this summer, according to the Daily Mail.

The club are looking to generate income to help with the costs of their new state-of-the-art stadium, as well as raising funds for signings.

Spurs have already splashed significantly on Tanguy Ndombele from French outfit Lyon, along with youngster Jack Clarke from Leeds United, where he has been loaned back for the upcoming season.

Rose was one of Tottenham’s better performers during June’s Champions League final defeat to Liverpool, but having turned 29 at the start of this month the club have a limited window in which they can demand a significant fee for his services.

It is thought that Ben Davies will replace him at left-back; the pair have shared duties over recent seasons in line with manager Mauricio Pochettino’s rotation policy.

The right-back role is another question, though, with the two main occupants of that slot seemingly heading for the exit door.

Trippier started 2018-19 off the back of a starring role at the World Cup with England, but his Spurs performances deteriorated as the campaign wore on and he was omitted from his country’s squad for the Nations League finals last month.

As for Aurier, his questionable on-field temperament has restricted him to a bit-part role in North London and it would seem to make sense for all parties to split before the start of next term.

That could mean a chance for 22-year-old Kyle Walker-Peters, who has impressed in his limited outings for the Tottenham senior side throughout his short career to date, but there will also likely be a fresh face arriving in that position.

The other names believed to be on the transfer list are Victor Wanyama, Vincent Janssen, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Josh Onomah and Marcus Edwards.

Tottenham open their Premier League season with a home match against Aston Villa on Saturday August 10.

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