Mousa Dembele is heading out of Tottenham next year for nothing.
The Belgian midfielder is a free agent next summer and will not be holding talks with Spurs to extend his stay in North London beyond this season.
Dembele, 31, was a summer target for Inter Milan, but the Serie A giants baulked at the Premier League side’s £26million valuation.
On top of the transfer fee, Inter failed to agree personal terms with the player and his representatives.
SunSport has been told Dembele turned down a number of offers from other European clubs after the World Cup.
A host of Chinese Super League clubs, including Beijing Sinobo Guoanare, are also chasing his signature.
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Despite featuring in 87 games for club and country over the last two seasons, Dembele has struggled for fitness and is keen to move to a less physically demanding league to prolong his career.
A move to the sunnier climates of the Middle East is high on the agenda.
Dembele moved to White Hart Lane from Fulham in 2012 for £15m.
The playmaker hobbled off at half-time at Huddersfield Town last week with a knock and looks set for another spell on the sidelines.
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