Tottenham Hotspur’s current focus is on outgoings, according to the Evening Standard.
Spurs have managed to make six new signings this summer and a possible seventh with the imminent arrival of Destiny Udogie.
But now, they are looking to trim their squad down before making further new additions.
Here are the latest developments surrounding possible departure from Spurs.
Villarreal and Napoli accelerate Ndombele talks
Most surprisingly, it is Tanguy Ndombele who appears to have the strongest interest in him.
FootMercato claim that Villarreal and Napoli have both accelerated talks with Tottenham over a deal for the midfielder in recent days.
Both clubs want to sign him on a loan plus option to buy basis.
Napoli are about to lose Fabián Ruiz and are showing a strong interest in the 25-year-old.
Meanwhile, Unai Emery is a big fan of the player.
Lo Celso closes in on Villarreal return
Giovani Lo Celso is understood to be closing in on a return to Villarreal.
Spurs have decided to drop their request for a loan with an obligation to buy, according to César Luis Merlo.
Although, it is yet to be determined whether or not the Yellow Submarine will have an option to buy him.
The north London may NOT include this to allow for other clubs to bid for him next summer instead.
Lo Celso is likely to be key for both club and country and especially if he was to have a successful World Cup, his stock and value could both rise.
Winks waiting on Valencia
Diario AS reports that Harry Winks is waiting on a move to Valencia and he has turned down offers from elsewhere as he waits.
Valencia are currently trying to sign Arthur Melo but financially a deal is very difficult.
Winks is second on their list and a player who is appreciated by the manager Gennaro Gattuso.
Tottenham are willing to simply loan him out with no buy clause.
Brighton express Sergio Reguilón interest
Sergio Reguilón is starting to run out of suitors.
FC Barcelona look set to land Marcos Alonso and Sevilla have brought in Alex Telles.
Although, as per the Evening Standard, Brighton are looking at him as a replacement for Marc Cucurella.
Tanganga’s agent meets with Roma
According to La Repubblica, Tanganga’s agent met with AS Roma in the last few days.
He offered the player to the Giallorossi with Tanganga looking for more game time.
The defender is open to moving abroad and could be signed on loan with an obligation to buy.
Tanganga is one of the top names Roma are considering.
Bryan Gil and Pape Matar Sarr loan moves
Both players are set to be allowed to leave the club on loan, the Evening Standard claim.
Gil is expected to join Valencia on loan again with the Spaniard in talks with them.