Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that he is struggling to keep the fringe members of his squad happy, according to The
Vedran Corluka declared his intent to exit White Hart Lane in January recently, following in the footsteps of Sebastien Bassong, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Heurelho Gomes.
Redknapp has been reluctant to rotate his squad in the Premier League due to his side’s recent good form, but says he needs a big squad to compete for trophies on multiple fronts.
“It’s difficult because the players want to play,” he said. “You won’t keep them happy [if they’re not]. You just hope you can convince them [to stay].
“You want to keep them happy and onside. We need them. We’re going to need a big squad and unless you can get a replacement, you can’t afford to let people go.
“We need that strength in depth, especially if we stay in the Europa League,” Redknapp concluded.
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