Tottenham Hotspur may be done with the buying side of their transfer window, but there is still money to be made for Daniel Levy and co.
Spurs are said to be prepared to sell Victor Wanyama before the September 2 deadline if their valuation is met, after the midfielder has fallen out of favour in North London (Standard).
After Tottenham purchased Tanguy Ndombele, it firmly asserted the Frenchman, Sissoko, and Winks as the first choice three.
Pochettino then has a pool of other players who can play the holding mid position, such as Eric Dier, Oliver Skipp, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, and more.
It appears there is no real need for Wanyama anymore, with his recent injuries probably playing a part in Spurs’ willingness to sell up.
Club Brugge have reportedly opened talks with Spurs over a move, but the clubs are differing in their prices. Brugge want to pay £8m for the midfield man, while Spurs are holding out for £17m (Standard).
Quite a difference there.
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