Mauricio Pochettino will have £60 million plus any money generated by player sales to spend on transfers this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
Tottenham Hotspur haven’t bought any players since Lucas Moura’s arrival from Paris Saint-Germain in January 2018.
But the Londoners are expected to bring in new recruits this summer despite reaching the Champions League semi-finals this term without spending any money.
The Mail claims Spurs will listen to offers for Danny Rose, Victor Wanyama and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, while Toby Alderweireld and Christian Eriksen may have to be sold because of their contract situations.
Kieran Trippier could also be allowed to leave, and Fernando Llorente is set to depart on a free transfer.
With money raised from those sales, plus the £60 million the club will initially give to Pochettino, Tottenham could have around £150 million to spend on new players this summer.
Spurs fans will be hoping Eriksen and Alderweireld are somehow convinced to stay. Alderweireld will be particularly difficult to retain as a result of his £25 million release clause.