Which Players Should Tottenham Keep or Sell?

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Roberto Soldado

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The 30-year-old Spaniard hasn’t enjoyed these past two years from a scoring standpoint at White Hart Lane, since coming over from Spain in a £25.8 million move.

Looking back at his debut season, 2013-14, that was his best year: 28 league appearances, 6 goals and 7 assists. But his second season was worse. Despite appearing in 24 league games, Soldado scored one goal and had one assist.

It had nothing to do with Harry Kane, as the Spanish international still had the same amount of league games from last year. If Tottenham were to cut bait now, that would be the easy way out of this situation.

Selling Roberto Soldado depends on what happens with Emmanuel Adebayor. If Adebayor is sold first, then Soldado stays. If Adebayor isn’t sold, then Soldado would be gone followed by the Togo international. However, a veteran striker would be good to have, so either way the Spaniard should stay at White Hart Lane.

Verdict: Keep

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