Tottenham are looking to balance their transfer window and will therefore entertain offers for up to five of their first-team squad, according to The Athletic’s David Ornstein.
Jose Mourinho has already signed Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Joe Hart and Matt Doherty and is on the verge of completing deals for Sergio Regulion and Gareth Bale.
Spurs have already sold Kyle Walker-Peters to Southampton, whilst experienced pair Michel Vorm and Jan Vertonghen were both released.
And The Athletic believe that Daniel Levy will need to free up some funds in order for Tottenham to continue their spending spree – with a centre-back and striker in the pipeline.
It means that the Spurs chairman will listen to offers for Danny Rose, whose almost certain to leave after not being given a squad number this season – with The Sun reporting last night that the left-back is close to joining Serie A outfit Genoa.
Elsewhere, Juan Foyth, who has featured just twice under Mourinho, Paulo Gazzaniga, Serge Aurier and Ryan Sessegnon could all be moved on this summer.
Gazzaniga, Foyth and Aurier have been linked with moves to Fulham, Leeds and AC Milan respectively, whilst Sessegnon, who joined in a £25m move from Fulham just 12 month ago, could be allowed to leave on loan.