According to reports, Tottenham Hotspurs are willing to sell Kevin Wimmer this summer but are demanding a fee in the region of £17.5 million for his sale.
The Austrian international Wimmer joined Spurs from Koln in 2015 and after managing just 31 competitive games since, wants to join a new club unless he is offered first team football.
Koln are said to be keen on re-signing Wimmer though they may be put off by the £12.5 million release clause in his contract.
The hefty price tag which Spurs have put on Wimmer could result in the player remaining at the club next season, especially as he did not have sufficient game time to prove his ability to other clubs.
That said, Mauricio Pochettino’s club may offer the 24-year-old Wimmer to Bayer Leverkuson as they aim to sign Karim Bellarabi.
Wimmer is seemingly now surplus to requirements at Spurs and hopefully a deal can be made for him to find first team football elsewhere.