Tottenham are prepared to let three first-team players depart before the end of January the transfer window, without signing replacements, according to one report.
Spurs have only made one January addition so far, with Gedson Fernandes joining on loan from Benfica. However, Jose Mourinho appears happy to show the door to those not in his plans.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) January 15, 2020
According to the Athletic, Danny Rose, Kyle Walker-Peters and Victor Wanyama are all surplus to requirements at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and are on the market should another club show an interest. However, the club will not look to bring anyone in to replace the trio.
Rose has been hugely vocal about his intention to remain at Spurs until his contract expires in the summer of 2021. However, Tottenham are prepared to let him leave in January if there is any interest from elsewhere.
The left back has made 12 Premier League appearances this season, but has only featured twice in the competition since 23 November. The likes of Newcastle have been linked with a January move for the England international.
Meanwhile, Walker-Peters and Wanyama have had their playing time hugely restricted this season. The former has made just four appearances during the campaign, and has featured only once since Mourinho took over.
Similarly, Wanyama has been limited to cameos this year, appearing just twice off the bench in the Premier League all season.
He has since been linked with a move to West Ham and Hertha BSC.