Tottenham Hotspur are stepping up their attempts to remove Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente from the club.
The London Evening Standard is reporting that Tottenham are hoping to raise as much as £30 million in fees by selling the two striker flops.
Spurs signed Dutch international Vincent Janssen in the summer of 2016 but he failed to have an impact and spent last season on loan at Fenerbahce. Llorente arrived as his replacement from Swansea but also struggled.
Tottenham target Anthony Martial will now be allowed to leave Manchester United, according to reports.
The Guardian claim that United manager Jose Mourinho has performed a U-turn and wants the unhappy Frenchman sold this summer.
Tottenham have previously been keen but United want £80 million and would rather sell to foreign parties Bayern Munich or PSG.
PSG are keen on Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen. As reported by Les Parisien the French champions are looking to bring in a new central defender this summer who can also play in other roles.
The Belgian is the perfect option but Tottenham would seem very unlikely to sell. Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is also on their list.