Tottenham have set asking prices for Vincent Janssen and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, according to reports.
Janssen hasn’t played a single minute of senior football for Spurs this season after the club decided against including the striker in their Premier League squad.
Nkoudou had been another forgotten man this term until his effective cameo against Fulham on Sunday. The winger came off the bench to create the winning goal with a brilliant cross.
According to the Telegraph, Tottenham are hoping to collect £12 million for Janssen and £10 million for Nkoudou.
Meanwhile, ESPN claims Spurs actually want closer to £15 million for Janssen amid interest from clubs in Europe, China and the MLS.
Those figures suggest Tottenham want to recoup the full amount they paid for Nkoudou but are willing to take a hit on Janssen, who arrived from AZ Alkmaar for £17 million in the summer of 2016.
The current injury crisis could see Spurs hold off on selling the duo until close to the very end of the transfer window.
Hopefully by then, Lucas Moura will have returned from injury and Tottenham won’t be as desperate for options in attack.