Tottenham will reportedly demand £6m for the services of winger Aaron Lennon.
Lennon, 27, joined Spurs from Leeds back in 2005, and has gone onto make over 350 appearances for the club in an almost ten-year stay at White Hart Lane.
However, the pacey winger has struggled for first-team football under Mauricio Pochettino this season, and was sent out on loan to Everton on deadline day back in February.
The former England international is now trying to impress for the Toffees until the end of the season, when he is likely to leave Spurs for good.
After scoring his first Everton goal in Sunday's 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers, Roberto Martinez may want to keep him at Goodison Park - but will have to pay a fair price to do so.
The Telegraph report that Spurs want a fee of £6m in order to part with Lennon, and know that clubs other than Everton will be interested.
That means that Tottenham are confident of selling Lennon at the end of the season, according to The Telegraph, as Lennon's days in North London appear to be coming to a permanent end.