Spurs are set to do some business in the january transfer window with constant links of players arriving and leaving the club.
Spurs became the first club to not sign a single player in the summer transfer window and faced backlash of fans and pundits predicted Spurs to have a tough time in the season.
However Spurs shut all the haters down with their impressive performance which has helped Spurs book their place in the semi-finals of the league cup and last 16 of Champions league and even sitting 3rd in the league 9 points behind leaders Liverpool.
A lot of players are expected to leave the club as the club looks to make money to add new quality players to the squad.
Midfielder Moussa Dembele who was earlier linked with a move to AS Monaco now looks set to make a big money move to China according to French outlet Euro United.
The midfielder has missed a majority of the season because of his ankle ligament injury and with his contract due to expire at the end of the season it looks highly unlikely that the player will sign a new contract. At 30 the player has a few years left in him and will look to make money and play less competitive football before finally hanging his boots.