Five Tottenham players who could move to the MLS this summer

Tottenham Hotspur are one of the most vibrant sides in Europe at the moment after embarking on an amazing upward trajectory under the stewardship of Mauricio Pochettino, though this summer could prove a pivotal one in north London.

While their squad has been improving over the last few seasons, the complexion of the whole club may change soon ahead of their stadium move, meaning the playing staff could undergo some major changes. With Visit Britain running a competition to find the biggest Super Fan to bring over to England, which Spurs stars could head in the opposite direction this summer?

Here, we’ll take a look at FIVE Tottenham players who could move to the MLS this summer.

Federico Fazio

Currently out on loan with Roma, surely Federico Fazio has no long-term future on Hotspur Way. With the likes of Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier and Toby Alderweireld currently occupying the central defensive berths for Spurs right now, the Argentine faces an almighty task to reclaim his place.

Perhaps a move across the pond would be a wise idea at this stage of his career.

Cameron Carter-Vickers

An American youth international, defender Cameron Carter-Vickers may benefit from a love move to the home of his father, who played basketball for Louisiana State University.

While CVC may have a bright future in north London in the long-term, perhaps a move to America would help him develop into the USMNT star he’s waiting to become.

Moussa Sissoko

At a crossroads in his career, Moussa Sissoko move to Spurs hasn’t worked out at all as hoped. The Frenchman has struggled to wholly convince he’s worth the ¬£30m splashed out on him, though is still a good player and a regular at international level.

Would certainly be a big name signing.

Michel Vorm

There’s little doubting Michel Vorm is a top class goalkeeper, though Hugo Lloris will take some outdoing between the posts right now.

In all honestly, Vorm is probably too good to be sat on the bench on a full-time basis and moving to America may be a good option at this stage of his career.

Vincent Janssen

Having struggled to convince in the slightest since joining Tottenham this summer, moving to the MLS may be a wise avenue to explore for Vincent Janssen at this stage of his career.

The Dutchman looks at sixes and sevens as Tottenham’s unlucky No.9 and, even without Harry Kane, doesn’t appear to have Mauricio Pochettino’s trust.

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