Tottenham Hotspur duo Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier have both been linked with summer exits in recent days.
Englishman Trippier has struggled for form throughout 2018/19 and had been tipped to move to Napoli, only for the Italian side to end their pursuit as they apparently want someone younger (The Sun).
But Atletico Madrid have also been credited with an interest in the 28-year-old.
AS Monaco are reportedly keen to take Ivory Coast star Aurier back to Ligue 1 (France Football).
The former Paris Saint-Germain full-back has struggled to convince in north London following his move in the summer of 2017.
At this stage anything could happen with the pair, but one man who will likely be watching over the developments closely is youngster Kyle Walker-Peters.
Whatever course of action Daniel Levy and Mauricio Pochettino decided to take over the duo, Walker-Peters will know where he stands.
There was some clamour for the right-back to start playing ahead of Trippier and Aurier, but the Argentine only handed him odd appearances in 2018/19.
If neither player is sold this summer then Walker-Peters should leave in search of regular game time.
It would suggest that Pochettino still doesn’t fully trust him when arguably he deserves a run in the side.
If one of them is sold, then it could perhaps mean the manager is ready to hand Walker-Peters more chances in 2018/19.