SERGE AURIER has told his Tottenham team-mates he is eager to leave the club this summer, according to reports.
Aurier, 26, has found himself out of favour in north London and he was an unused substitute in the 3-1 win over Aston Villa yesterday.
After joining Spurs in a £23million switch from Paris Saint-Germain two years ago, the Ivory Coast international could be on the move again.
While the Premier League’s transfer window has closed, he could still head abroad.
SunSport recently revealed that PSG are one of a handful of teams that are tracking his signature.
Meanwhile, The Daily Mail claim Aurier has made it clear to those in the dressing room that he would be willing to spread his wings.
Apart from PSG, AC Milan are also in the hunt for a right-back, but with the Italian window closing on August 18, the Serie A giants don’t have much time to strike a deal.
Whereas in France, teams can sign players up until August 31.
Although Mauricio Pochettino let Kieran Trippier join Atletico Madrid last month, Kyle Walker-Peters appears to be first choice while Juan Foyth can also be called upon.
Aurier has had mixed success during his time at Spurs and has started only 22 league matches.
His last appearance for Tottenham came in the Champions League win away to Borussia Dortmund in March.
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