Sky Sports journalist Michael Bridge has confirmed that whilst Tottenham are yet to receive any offers for Serge Aurier, the Ivorian is up for sale.
The right-back has spent four up and down seasons in north London since joining from PSG in 2017.
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Aurier has been first-choice right-back for much of his time at the club but recently expressed his desire to return to the French capital and reunite with Mauricio Pochettino.
He missed a couple of games through injury last term but was often not selected by both Jose Mourinho and then Ryan Mason.
And with less than 12 months remaining on his deal, Spurs might consider cashing in on the 28-year-old to avoid him leaving for nothing next summer.
Asked where he sees the defender’s future, Bridge told The Transfer Tavern:
“He’s available. It’s not just me revealing that, it’s well-known that he’s available for a transfer, but there isn’t a club that sees him financially viable to make an offer.
“There’s been interest, a couple of Italian clubs, PSG was mentioned. It would be like winning the lottery for Serge, getting a move back to PSG.
“He seems happy to move on. But, from my understanding, there has been no bids yet.”
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