Tottenham are willing to sell Victor Wanyama, Mousa Dembele and Michel Vorm in January, according to the Sun.
Dembele is out of contract at the end of the season and had been expected to leave Spurs in the summer.
Moves to Italy and China were mooted but the Belgian ended up staying in north London. Tottenham will only be able to make money on him if they decide to sell in January.
Vorm’s contract also expires next summer. Paulo Gazzagniga’s recent spell between the sticks has possibly pushed Vorm down the pecking order.
That said, Mauricio Pochetitno likes to have three senior goalkeepers and is unlikely to allow Vorm to leave midway through the season.
Victor Wanyama started against Barcelona earlier this month but has struggled with injuries over the last year or so.
Again, though, Spurs would be foolish to allow a competent central midfielder to leave in January, especially if Dembele is also sold.
The line from the Sun comes in a report on Tottenham’s interest in Nathan Ake, a potential deal that has been tipped to happen by other publications this month.
All of the details seem to be speculative at best; I’d be very surprised to see Wanyama leave or Ake sign in January.