Tottenham are prepared to cash in on midfielder Moussa Sissoko if they receive a £30million offer, according to reports.
The Spurs flop has failed to cement a regular spot in the first-team since his move for the same fee 18 months ago.
The 28-year-old was limited to just eight league starts last season but has featured more prominently under Mauricio Pochettino this time around.
Sissoko was involved in a transfer farce in the summer of 2016 when he tried to push through a move to Real Madrid.
The former Newcastle man then had to settle for a last-gasp switch to Spurs on transfer deadline day.
But he has failed to win the fans over with his performances and now the club are prepared to cash in with the view of bolstering their squad, according to the Mirror.
With a top four spot under threat, Pochettino wants to open the cheque book this month and has drawn up a potential shortlist of candidates.
The Argentine coach eyes Bordeaux winger Malcolm but faces competition from Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund.
It is believed Spurs are willing to bid up to £31m for his signature but the French club want closer to £45m.
Fulham wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon is another who could make the short switch across London.
Pochettino has a reputation of transforming young, English talent to top Premier League players like he did with Dele Alli.
And he believes the youngster could rise to the very top under the right tutelage.
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