Which Tottenham Hotspur players are out of contract this summer? Current status on Lucas Moura and more

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A look at who is out of contract in the Tottenham Hotspur squad at the end of this season

Tottenham Hotspur have their sights set on reaching the Champions League this term. They have a few players who are out of contract at the end of the campaign.

Boss Antonio Conte’s future is also up in the air. Here is a look at individuals are currently due to become free agents..

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Lucas Moura

His deal with Spurs expires at the end of June and he is currently due to leave. The Brazilian has been with the North London club since 2018 and has scored 38 goals in 214 games in all competitions.

Nile John

The 19-year-old joined the club back in 2016 from Brentford and has since made two first-team appearances. He had a loan spell away last season at Charlton Athletic in League One but didn’t feature at all for the Addicks.

Maksim Paskotsi

He has 16 caps for the Estonia national team under his belt but it remains to be seen whether he will be staying at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium beyond June. He has made just one senior appearance to date for the Premier League side.

Maksim Paskotsi in action against Liverpool.  Maksim Paskotsi in action against Liverpool.
Maksim Paskotsi in action against Liverpool. | Liverpool FC via Getty Images

Max Robson

The 20-year-old has risen up through the academy and has been a regular at various youth levels to date. However, the club has a big decision to make regarding his future.

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Romaine Mundle

The winger sees his deal run out in a few months but reporter Fabrizio Romano has claimed Spurs are in talks with him over fresh terms. Bundesliga pair Eintracht Frankfurt and FC Koln are believed to be keen on luring him away from England.

Yago Santiago

He has been a key player for the U21s and has scored five goals in 18 games in Premier League 2 this season. The striker started out at Celta Vigo before leaving his native Spain for a new challenge.

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