Jan Vertonghen’s future at Tottenham appears to be unclear, with reports from the London Evening Standard indicating that the Belgian international is considering his options.

The Spurs star only signed for the London club in 2012, and enjoyed a fantastic debut season in which he was named in the PFA Team of the Year.

However, with the Lilywhites having missed out on Champions League football last term – albeit narrowly – and with their quest to do so once again this campaign looking unlikely, Vertonghen has grown frustrated.

The 27-year-old is said to be desperate to play at the highest level, and was convinced upon signing for Tottenham that he would fulfil his ambitions with them.

But barring a phenomenal end to the season, the White Hart Lane club look likely to miss out once again.

Vertonghen’s unrest has already attracted rumoured attention from Barcelona and Manchester City, who two sides that will be able to offer him top level continental football.

The classy centre-back is not the only Spurs player to be angling for a switch away if Champions League qualification is not secured.

Hugo Lloris is also believed to be considering his options, with the French goalkeeper wanted by Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco.

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  • Yido61
    5 months ago

    Had his head turned already methinks.
    Seems to be less interested and commited this season.

    He’ll be off.

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  • Gilzean
    5 months ago

    The way things are right now never going to be any better than a mid table team. Till Levy goes. Football club first, business second

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