TOTTENHAM have left behind a quartet of unwanted stars as they head out to South Korea for their pre-season tour.
Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso, Sergio Reguilon and Harry Winks are all continuing their pre-season preparations back at Hotspur Way.
Spurs are looking to offload all four this summer as Antonio Conte looks to whittle down his bloated squad.
Ndombele, Lo Celso and Reguilon cost more than £100million between them while Winks – who has been the subject of interest from Everton – has been with the club since he was six.
Joe Rodon has also not travelled due to illness and new loan signing Clement Lenglet has not made the cut either as he does not have the necessary documentation to travel to Korea, having only joined the club from Barcelona on Friday.
Youngsters Alfie Devine and Dane Scarlett are further absentees after being given more time off following their Under-19 Euro triumph with England.
Summer signings Richarlison, Yves Bissouma, Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster were all on the plane that left on Saturday night.
Japhet Tanganga was also on the flight despite recent talk of a move away from the club.
Spurs play two games in the Far East.
They take on Team K League on Wednesday in Seoul and Sevilla on Saturday in Suwon.
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They then face Rangers at Ibrox before travelling to Israel to take on Roma – the first time Spurs will come up against former manager Jose Mourinho.
Their first Premier League match of the season then takes place on August 6 when they host Southampton.
Ndombele, Lo Celso, Winks and Reguilon could all be out of the door by then.
Ndombele is being linked with PSG, while Lo Celso eyes a permanent switch to Villarreal.
Winks has been muted as a potential target for Sevilla as well as Everton, with Reguilon reportedly wanted by Spanish giants Barcelona.