Tottenham are willing to sell Danny Rose, Kyle Walker-Peters and Victor Wanyama without replacing them before this week’s transfer deadline, according to the Athletic.
It looks set to be a busy week for Spurs with plenty of speculation about incomings and outgoings at the club. Yesterday we relayed a story from the Daily Mirror suggesting the Londoners are close to signing PSV winger Steven Bergwijn. That report is backed up by the Athletic’s David Ornstein, who is always reliable when it comes to transfers.
Ornstein believes a deal for Bergwijn is close and Tottenham are still aiming to sign a striker by the end of the week. Bergwijn is a essentially a replacement for Christian Eriksen, who is said to be closing in on his move to Inter Milan.
Those deals appear to be the focus, but Ornstein also claims Spurs are ‘open to offers’ for Rose, Walker-Peters and Wanyama. He suggests the trio does not need to be replaced, so Jose Mourinho is happy for them all to go, without new signings in those positions.
Tottenham could probably fund a new striker with the money raised from those sales, so the sooner they leave the better from a financial standpoint.