Tottenham ready to listen to transfer offers for Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier, and Matt Doherty as overhaul gathers pace under Nuno Espirito Santo and Fabio Paratici

Tottenham Hotspur are open to offers for Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier and Matt Doherty, talkSPORT understands.

It has been far from a quiet transfer window for Spurs following the appointment of Nuno Espirito Santo as the club’s new manager.

Fitness issues dogged Dier prior to the last campaign and he’s be unable to return to his form of old

Spurs are reshaping their squad for the upcoming season and they are close to confirming several transfers.

Bryan Gil is set to arrive from Sevilla for £21.6 million in a deal which will also see Erik Lamela end his eight-year stay at the club.

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Fabrizio Romano has also announced the imminent arrival of goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini from Atalanta on an initial loan deal with the option to buy him for £12.9m.

Outgoings are also set to ramp up with Sanchez and Dier made available for transfers as Spurs look to overhaul their defence.

Sanchez was signed from Ajax for £42.5m in 2017 but has failed to build on the potential he showed at that juncture

What might come as a shock to many, given his relationship with Nuno at Wolves, is Doherty’s possible departure.

The Irishman arrived at the north London club last summer but only played 17 games in the league, contributing two assists while keeping just three clean sheets.

Doherty had a poor season at Spurs after joining from Wolves
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It was thought he could earn a reprieve with Nuno replacing Jose Mourinho.

In his first two seasons in England’s top division with Wolves he only missed two games and scored eight goals, registering as many assists in a side that played in the Europa League.

But with Takehiro Tomiyasu on Spurs’ radar to be their starting right-back next season, Doherty could leave.

It’s set to be a busy few weeks for Tottenham’s new managing director Fabio Paratici as he looks to provide Nuno with a squad capable of challenging for the top four.