Norwich City defender Max Aarons continues to be linked with a move to Tottenham.
The Sunday Telegraph say Norwich manager Daniel Farke “has left the door open” for the youngster to join Spurs by making it clear the club would not stand in his way.
It comes after Farke said: “Sometimes a player develops quicker than a club and you have to accept it if a player wants to have a bigger move and that there are bigger clubs in world football than we are.
“But there is no financial pressure on us – we don’t have to sell any player even if there is an offer of £200million. We don’t need the money to keep the club going.”
Aarons has been touted as a replacement for Kieran Trippier, who left Tottenham to join Atletico Madrid during the summer.
Spurs have had problems at right-back, where Juan Foyth and Kyle Walker-Peters have been among their options this season.
Meanwhile, Tottenham’s Son Heung-min is wanted by Juventus and Napoli, according to the Sunday Express.
The South Korean has not been a regular starter this season and it is claimed that Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri and fellow former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti are both keen to take Son to Italy.