Tottenham and Club Brugge are quite some way apart on their valuations of midfielder Victor Wanyama, according to reports.
The Express believe say that Wanyama, whose Premier League career seems to have finally been claimed by injury, might be on the way to Belgium and Club Brugge.
The Kenya international, who takes home £65,000 a week, has two years remaining on his current contract at Spurs – but he reportedly wants out.
Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko, Eric Dier and Oliver Skipp are ahead of him in the pecking order and that’s before you take into account the arrival of Tanguy Ndombele over the summer.
Wanyama has been blighted by injuries over the past couple of seasons and it could be the right time to make a move.
The Evening Standard say that Tottenham are demanding £17million for the midfielder but Club Brugge are not prepared to pay that.
Instead, the Belgium side value him at £8million and ‘the two clubs are still in negotiations’.
Another potential ‘stumbling block’ could be Wanyama’s high wages and there could be the possibility of taking him on loan.
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