Aaron Lennon may not Play many Games in Tottenham Hotspur

On 2005, when Aaron Lennon joined Tottenham Hotspur he became a regular starter for the Premier League club as the English winger made over 20 league appearances in every single season until the current season as Lennon has seen his time on the playing grounds being limited due to the arrivals of Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend.

The coach of Tottenham Hotspur, Mauricio Pochettino is trying to rebuild his squad and it does not seem like Aaron Lennon will be playing any important role in the team.

Aaron Lennon along with a number of other players in the squad of Mauricio Pochettinois rumored to be on their out way of the White Hart Lane as they aren’t currently in the near future plans of the coach.

Kyle Naughton and Roberto Soldado are some of the other players of the team that could be exiting the Premier League club in the January transfer window.

Stoke City is turning out to be a possible destination for Aaron Lennon as Mark Hughes is interested in signing the English player but it will cost Stoke City around £7m in order to acquire his services and lure him away from Tottenham Hotspur.

Queens Park Rangers is another club that has revealed their interest in signing Aaron Lennon and could be making a move for him when the transfer window re-opens in January.

Southampton’s MorganSchneiderlin is one of the winter targets of Mauricio Pochettinoas well as Jay Rodriguez and the manager of Tottenham Hotspur is willing to allow some of his fringe players to be sold in order to use that cash injection to upgrade his squad by signing his desired targets.

This start of the season has been a struggling one for Tottenham Hotspur as the Premier League club is located in the middle section of the English League standings and Mauricio Pochetino will have to make a series of changes in his squad if he wants to avoid being sacked in his debut season in charge of the Premier League club.