Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks is set to hold talks with chairman Daniel Levy about his Spurs future, according to the Telegraph.
Winks was substituted after an hour as Jose Mourinho’s side secured top spot in their Europa League group with a 2-0 victory over Royal Antwerp on Thursday night.
The England international looked forlorn as he was replaced by Tanguy Ndombele, likely because he is struggling for minutes in the Premier League and is now seeing his Europa League game time reduced, too.
And with his place in the England squad for this summer’s European championships potentially under threat, it looks like Winks is ready to do something about his situation.
The Telegraph claims the 24-year-old will talk to Levy about a possible resolution in January, which suggests he could be willing to leave to play more regular first-team football elsewhere in the winter transfer window.
Winks was included in the most recent England squad but Gareth Southgate is surely unlikely to pick him if he barely plays for Tottenham between now and the end of the season.
That’s why a loan move would perhaps suit all parties, but a departure could depend on whether Mourinho thinks he needs Winks in reserve for the remainder of the campaign.