Manchester City could make a surprise move for Tottenham’s Harry Winks this summer, and Jose Mourinho is considering selling the midfielder, according to the Sun.
Winks was a regular starter for Spurs last season but could find his place in the team under threat after the arrival of Pierre-Emile Hojbjgerg from Southampton.
And it is believed Pep Guardiola could offer Winks a way out of Tottenham.
The Sun claims City are keen on the England international and Mourinho could sanction a sale, if it raises in excess of £40 million that could go towards more new signings.
Winks has four years left on his current contract but it would be difficult to argue he is worth more than £40 million, despite his many strengths.
The 24-year-old is – and will likely remain – a useful squad player for Spurs, but cashing in may be wise if the Londoners need the money to strengthen in other areas.
That said, it would be a shame to see Winks go given he is a Tottenham fan and academy graduate.
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