Tottenham are desperate to keep their best players from the clutches of top European and English sides this season, as they hope to launch another assault on the Premier League next season after two near misses.
However, they have decided to let Kyle Walker leave to any suitors that are ready to pay at least £40 million for his signature.
Walker has been left out of some Tottenham’s key games this season after falling out with manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Argentinian manager met with club chairman Daniel levy recently to discuss transfer targets, and they both agreed to let the England full-back go. However, they have made it clear that left-back Danny Rose and midfielder Eric Dier are not for sale.
Both Manchester teams and Bayern Munich are very interested in signing Walker ahead of the new season, and they are all capable of offering him double his current £70,000 per week salary.
Pep Guardiola is said to be more keen on the England man after allowing Pablo Zabaleta leave, and Bacary Sagna whose current deal expires this summer will unlikely be offered a new deal.