Kieran Trippier is among 12 players who could leave Tottenham this summer and Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be lined up to replace him, according to the Evening Standard.
The Standard say England international Trippier would go if the right offer comes in and that Serge Aurier could also leave.
That would pave the way for another right-back to come in – and Crystal Palace star Wan-Bissaka continues to be linked with top clubs after hugely impressive performances for the Eagles.
According to the Standard, Jan Vertonghen, Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, Vincent Janssen, Fernando Llorente, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, Victor Wanyama, Erik Lamela and Moussa Sissoko could go.
And there remains speculation over the future of Christian Eriksen, whose contract talks remain deadlocked.
Meanwhile, AC Milan are reportedly keen on Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Corriere della Sera say Pochettino is Milan’s first choice to take over as manager this summer if the club decide to sack Gennaro Gattuso, who has been under intense pressure.
The report suggests that Milan chief executive Ivan Gazidis, who recently arrived from Arsenal, wants Pochettino at the San Siro.
It follows speculation linking the Argentine with Manchester United and Real Madrid, who have subsequently appointed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Zinedine Zidane respectively.
Pochettino has made it clear he is happy at Spurs and intends to remain at the club.
And he would surely not be tempted to leave for Milan now Tottenham are playing in their new stadium.
They began at their new home with a win over Crystal Palace this week and Pochettino was in buoyant mood after the game.
“After five years together, to be here as a manager today I am a lucky man and I want to say thank you to Daniel Levy and everyone who made this possible,” he said.
“It was special, like the last day at White Hart Lane. It’s one of the best moments of my life. It will always be in my heart.”