Antonio Conte is in the process of revamping his squad having already signed three players and Crook reckons the trio, who cost Spurs a total of £96.1m, could all be sold before the window closes on 31 August.
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The Italian boss has already brought in Fraser Forster, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma, with those additions alone likely to lead to some outgoings.
Perisic’s arrival means that Spurs now have three left wing-backs in their squad, and Reguilon is the one expected to be moved on, with Ryan Sessegnon emerging as Conte’s first choice in the latter parts of the season.
Meanwhile, Ndombele, who hasn’t played for the club since January, doesn’t have a future under Conte, which could also see him depart in some capacity.
Despite an impressive run in the side before his injury, Doherty’s place might also come under threat, with Tottenham being linked with Djed Spence, meaning one of him or Emerson Royal will surely be axed.
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When asked about what he expects in N17, he told GIVEMESPORT: “Doherty will leave, I think Sergio Reguilon is struggling to demand a regular game as well, so they might well cash in on him.
“Also, if they get decent money, Ndombele will go, so I think it’s going to be a really busy summer at Tottenham.”
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Could Doherty, Reguilon and Ndombele all leave?
Ndombele is the most straightforward of the three and will almost certainly not be at the club next season. His £200,000 per-week wages could once again make a permanent deal difficult, but he simply doesn’t have a future under Conte.
In terms of the left wing-back spot, Reguilon has slipped behind Sessegnon in the pecking order and has been linked with a return to La Liga.
Not only can Real Madrid activate his £27.5m buyback clause, but rivals Barcelona are also keen on his services.
That leaves Doherty, whose future could also potentially be up in the air right now, although he’ll be hoping that he showed Conte enough to suggest that he’s worth persisting with, prior to his injury.