Tottenham Hotspur is ready to overhaul the squad and allow players who have no future with the north London club and make additions to the team in preparation for UEFA Champions League football next season.
Some players did exit during the January transfer window, but some will still be allowed to leave this summer. According to The Daily Mail, Spurs have placed a £25-million valuation on midfielder Harry Winks, who will be allowed to find a new club this summer.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will hear offers for the 26-year-old this summer, and it is believed a fee of between £20-million-£25-million will be enough to land a player.
The English media outlet adds that Southampton and Newcastle are understood to have an early interest in Winks when it comes to possible clubs interested in the midfielder.
Winks made 30 appearances for Tottenham this past season, where he scored one goal and recorded two assists.
I’ve nothing against the lad but he has to realise he needs a change and move on to another club, good luck getting £25m though.
With the ambition they now have, I can’t see the geordies going for Winks. Fingers crossed though.
Don’t worry – there isn’t.
He should go somewhere he can play week in week out – or I fear it may be case no one will ever know if there was a player inside Harry Winks
The lower half of the PL is about his level.He will probably fade to anonymity like Tom Carroll.
If anyone is willing to stump up £25 million for Winks, then Levy should snap their hand off! Personally I would accept £20 mill for him, unless a team like Newcastle are interested in him, in which case £25 million might be feasible.