Tottenham Hotspur will be forced to let Toby Alderweireld leave the club for just £26m this summer.
That’s according to The Mirror, who write that a clause in Alderweireld’s contract allows the move in the last two weeks of the upcoming window.
The 30-year-old joined the club from Atletico Madrid in 2015 for a deal believed to be worth £11.5m, signing a five-year contract at the time.
He has since gone on to make 109 Premier League appearances for the North London outfit, with 27 of those coming this campaign.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United, who will look to offload centre-back Eric Bailly, are keen to sign the Belgian international, as well as European giants Juventus and Barcelona.
Spurs will have no option to accept any bid matching the stipulated valuation or will lose the experienced defender on a free 12 months later.
Alderweireld has so far refused to sign a new deal to continue to work under Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino and seems to be seeking a new venture in his career.
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The former Chelsea man has impressed in the Premier League ever since joining Bournemouth for £20m in 2017.
It has been reported that the Blues have a buyback clause for the Dutch international, but he could prefer a move to North London instead of the West.
Coady has been one of the standout players for Wolves this season, playing his role in their menacing back three alongside Willy Boly and Ryan Bennett.
It could be only a matter of time before the Scouser receives an England call-up and a move to a top-four challenging club.
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As one of Europe’s brightest young talents, Ajax’s De ligt is likely to be of interest to many clubs over the coming years.
Alderweireld and his Spurs defensive partner Jan Vertonghen have both played for the Dutch outfit in the past and could have a word in the ear of club bosses.
The 24-year-old was appointed club captain at AC Milan after Leonardo Bonucci left for Juventus and has not looked back since.
The left-footer is known for his ability on the ball and could be the perfect foil for either Vertonghen or Davinson Sanchez.
Llorente currently represents Real Sociedad but looks destined for bigger things having made his senior Spain debut back in 2016.
The 25-year-old is a product of the Real Madrid youth setup, meaning he must have a bit about him.