Tottenham midfielder Josh Onomah is reportedly destined to leave the club this summer after falling out of the plans of senior boss Mauricio Pochettino.
According to the Sun, the 22-year-old doesn’t feature in the first-team plans under Pochettino and has been dumped to the youth side.
It is understood that he could become the latest player to ditch England for the German Bundesliga, with Borussia Monchengladbach, Mainz, Augsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt all showing an interest.
The report details that he will leave this summer despite having two years remaining on his deal with the North London club.
Onomah is reportedly valued at £10million by the Sun’s report and it would be an excellent piece of business if Spurs can make that sort of money from him.
Onomah has come through the academy ranks with Spurs and has unfortunately been unable to kick on after showing so much promise as a teenager.
He’s had loan spells with Sheffield Wednesday and Aston Villa in the past couple of years, but hardly set the world alight.
The Englishman is a central midfielder that is neat in possession, but hasn’t really found his best position yet and doesn’t excel in attacking or defending yet.
A fresh start for Onomah could be the making of him and aged 22 he’s still got plenty of potential, but £10million would be shrewd business from a Spurs perspective.