Tottenham ‘look into ways to terminate midfielder Victor Wanyama’s contract’

first_imgTOTTENHAM are reportedly looking into ways they can move out Victor Wanyama – after growing furious at his high wage demands.Boss Jose Mourinho had hoped to offload the midfielder last month but potential new clubs were put off by his salary expectations.1 Spurs are said to be looking into ways they can terminate Victor Wanyama’s contractCredit: Getty – ContributorAnd it is now claimed by France Football reporter Nabil Djellit that Spurs could instead cut ties with the Kenyan entirely by terminating his contract completely.Wanyama, who was signed by ex-manager Mauricio Pochettino for £11.5million in 2016, has been restricted to just four appearances this campaign, playing a total of 122 minutes.But he is not in the plans of manager Mourinho, who has plenty of central midfield options with the likes of Harry Winks, Giovani Lo Celso, Moussa Sissoko, Tanguy Ndombele, Eric Dier and potential £50m recruit Gedson Fernandes.French club Ameins and Spanish outfit Leganes were interested in a deal for the ex-Celtic player but could not match his wages, it has been claimed.If Spurs reach an agreement with the African to pay off part of the rest of his deal, he would be free to join another club immediately.Wanyama, linked with Celtic yesterday, has not started a single Premier League game this term.He made 47 appearances in his first season at Tottenham but only 24 the following term as his popularity under Poch dwindled.Tottenham have reportedly tried to sell him on in the last two summers but to no avail.Latest Tottenham news’IT’S AMAZING’My eggs have helped 3 women become mums — I’d love to meet the kids one day’HIPPY AT HEART’Breakfast radio host Lisa Snowdon reveals what gets HER up in the morningCompetitionA CHILLING THRILLERWin a copy of The House Guest in this week’s Fabulous book competitionBARE TRUTHFrom cellulite to surgery, women reveal how they really feel about their looks1D TURNS 10How fame changed One Direction and why Zayn Malik may NEVER returnHis contract is due to end in June 2021.France football journalist Djellit said: “Tottenham could ultimately terminate Victor Wanyama’s contract.”The Kenyan of 28 years could then freely engage in Amiens or elsewhere … The saga continues.” Jose Mourinho has great fun interviewing himself about transfers at Tottenham press conferencelast_img

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