A new report from the Daily Mirror has revealed that Daniel Levy wants to make a £12m profit on Serge Aurier this summer.
Tottenham signed the Ivory Coast defender from PSG three years ago for just £23m (BBC), but Levy is said to be looking for far more, despite the current COVID-19 climate.
Aurier has been the dominant first-choice right-back under Mourinho, with the Spurs boss freeing him up to play a more attacking wing-back role this year.
However, it appears that if Aurier is to leave this summer, Levy not only wants to break even, but make a pretty penny on the former PSG man.
Spurs Web Opinion:
If Tottenham even managed to recoup the £23m they spent on Aurier, I would be impressed. If Levy pulled off a £35m deal, it may be some of his best transfer business yet.
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