Tottenham: 25-man Premier League squad list
Spurs seeking top-four place under new manager Mauricio Pochettino
Tottenham have registered their 25-man Premier League squad list.
It's been a somewhat calmer summer at White Hart Lane after the last one which saw a frenzied spending spree following the departure of Gareth Bale.
New manager Mauricio Pochettino has made a few additions however, including Eric Dier and Federico Fazio, who have both gone into the squad list.
There is no place however for left-back Benoit Assou-Ekotto, who is not included despite Pochettino only naming 23 players.
All Premier League squads must submit a 25-man squad of players that can be used during the season.
No club can have more than 17 players who are ineligible for 'Home Grown Player' status, however as many Under-21 players as they like can be named, over and above the limit of 25 players.
Home grown players are those who have been registered with any club tied to the FA for three whole seasons or 36 months prior to their 21st birthday. It does not have to have been in one continuous stretch.
The 25-man squad cannot be changed again until the transfer window reopens on 1 January 2015, however emergency loans and free agent signings can be added before then.
25 squad players (* = Home grown)
Bezerra Maciel Junior, Jose Paulo
Chiriches, Vlad Iulian
Friedel, Bradley Howard
*Mason, Ryan Glen
*Rose, Daniel Lee
Soldado Rillo, Roberto
*Walker, Kyle Andrew
Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Akindayini, Daniel Oluwaseun
Amos, Luke Ayodele
Archer, Jordan Gideon
Coulthirst, Shaquile Tyshan
Davies, Benjamin Thomas
Dier, Eric Jeremy Edgar
Georgiou, Anthony Michael
Glover, Thomas William
Hayford, Charlie Garath
Mcdermott, Thomas William
McGee, Luke Paul
McQueen, Alexander Luke
Muscatt, Joseph Luis
Ogilvie, Connor Stuart
Paul, Christopher David
Pritchard, Alex David
Pritchard, Joe Cameron
Sonupe, Emmanuel Olukolade
Voss, Harry William
Ward, Grant Antony
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