Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly looking to let several players leave the club, according to Sky Sports.
The London side are willing to let Emmanuel Adebayor, Younes Kaboul or Vlad Chiriches leave on loan before the closure of the winter transfer window on Monday.
The report says that Adebayor is surplus to requirements at White Hart Lane given the breakthrough year of Harry Kane and is interesting both Paris St Germain and Queens Park Rangers. The club are hopeful of him securing a transfer elsewhere.
Elsewhere, one of defensive duo Kaboul and Chiriches will be allowed to leave on loan should an offer be made. Frenchman Kaboul is the club’s captain but has put in a string of poor performances and has not featured in a league game since November, leaving him as fifth choice in the pecking order.
Chiriches, meanwhile, has also suffered performance-wise this season, spending most of his game time in an unfamiliar right-back position while Kyle Walker returned from an injury sustained earlier in the season.
The report also claims that should Spurs be able to offload Adebayor, they will look to bring in a striker on loan, preferably one who is more suited to Pochettino’s style of play. For example, Sky sources say the club have cooled interest in Fenerbache forward Emmanuel Emenike, while Danny Ings will not be allowed to leave Burnley.