Totteham Hotspur face a pivotal decision over Toby Alderweireld.
Tottenham Hotspur face a huge decision over what to do now with Toby Alderweireld.
Spurs were said to be demanding £55 million from Manchester United for the 29-year-old [via The Mirror], who can leave for £25 million next summer per terms of a release clause in his contract.
Tottenham obviously do not want to take that hit, so must make a decision now whether to cash in.
Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona are among the top foreign sides to be linked.
Spurs have until the end of August to sell Alderweireld abroad, but they now cannot sign a replacement until January.
The alternative is to re-integrate Alderweireld into the Tottenham squad, and start making him a key player once again.
He lost his first team place at the end of last season, controversially left out of the FA Cup semi-final.
Bridges must be mended with manager Mauricio Pochettino, and perhaps even chairman Daniel Levy.
If Spurs decide not to cash in, they must attempt to try and get Alderweireld to commit to a new deal.