TOTTENHAM have rejected Ajax’s £15million bid for Steven Bergwijn.
But Spurs are willing to sell the Dutch flyer for the right price in order to help fund a swoop for Wolves winger Adama Traore.
The North Londoners paid £27.8m to sign Berwijn from PSV Eindhoven two years ago.
His time at Tottenham has been blighted by issues with form and fitness.
That has restricted the 16-cap Netherlands international to just three Premier League starts this term.
Bergwijn, 24, is looking to return to the Netherlands.
However, Newcastle are also said to be weighing up a move for him.
It is believed Spurs will accept around £20m for him.
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They will then use that cash to try to land Traore.
Tottenham are confident of sealing a £25m deal for the Wolves wideman.
The Spaniard, 25, would become Antonio Conte’s first signing as Spurs boss.
Traore has gone off the boil at Molineux in recent months amid speculation over his future.
The ex-Barcelona man has not registered a goal or assist since May 9.
He is believed to be excited at the prospect of a fresh challenge at Tottenham, where Conte is understood to be lining him up for a wing-back role.
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