Championship club Fulham want Tottenham midfield duo Josh Onomah and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, according to the Daily Telegraph.
They report that the fact that Scott Parker wants the pair has helped move along negotiations for Ryan Sessegnon to come to Spurs from Craven Cottage.
It goes on to say that a part-swap deal could be on the cards, but also that Fulham may simply use the money from the £20 million sale of Sessegnon to buy the midfielders, both of whom are unwanted by Mauricio Pochettino.
Neither player is on the club’s pre-season tour in Asia and are apparently set to be offered the chance to get their form back and remain in London on Parker’s watch.
Onomah was highly-regarded at one stage but has stagnated badly after loan spells with Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday and the second tier now looks his likeliest permanent destination.
Meanwhile, Nkoudou’s Spurs career has simply failed to get off the ground as he has never been the pacy impact sub he was brought in to be.
If Tottenham can either get some money off Sessegnon or instantly recoup some of the transfer fee, that’s hugely impressive business once again from Daniel Levy.
For both players, they just need to get their form and fitness after an extended period where they have slipped away, and former Spurs man Parker will hope he can be the man to give them the platform.