Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to trim the fat around their squad this month, with a number of players either out of Pochettino’s plans, or running low on their contracts.
Dembele looks as if he will be the first outgoing of the January transfer window for Spurs with a move across to China.
The likes of Victor Wanyama, Michel Vorm, and Fernando Llorente are all possible sales opportunities for the North London outfit.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou and Vincent Janssen are in rather different positions, in that they seem to be firmly out of Pochettino’s plans, still with time left on their respective deals.
De Telegraaf published a report on Janssen today, claiming that although the forward is not wanted by Poch, chairman Daniel Levy is still playing hardball on a transfer (as reported by Sport Witness).
Levy is said to want a permanent deal, rather than a loan, and would like to recoup as much of the near 20 million Euros they spent on Janssen.
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