Moussa Sissoko is a January target for Valencia, The Sun understands.
The high flying Spanish side want to add to their attacking options and the article says they are poised for another tilt try for the French international at whom they value at £22million.
The article says they were interested in Sissoko in the summer despite his poor first season in North London, however switch failed to materialise on deadline-day in Spain.
It adds that Sissoko, 28, did indeed struggle last term after signing for Spurs from Newcastle late in the window following the Magpies relegation to the Championship.
He started eight Premier League games last season and the article adds that he looked to be on his way out of White Hart Lane.
However things have started turn the way of the much maligned Frenchman this season and some of the midfielders performances have started to show why Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino shelled out £30m for him in 2016.
The article adds that despite his recent upturn in form, it has not deterred Valancia from having another go at trying to land Sissoko in January.
The Spanish side have enjoyed a great start to the season, they are second in La Liga under new boss Marcelino, four points behind leaders Barcelona and four ahead of Real Madrid.
While he has improved this season and Pochettino seems to have more faith in him it would be hard to see the Spurs hierarchy turn down an acceptable bid for him. So the question is would you sell him at a decent price or keep him as he still has a role to play at Spurs. Let us know your thoughts
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