Tottenham are ready to cut their losses on Roberto Soldado and are reportedly in negotiations with Galatasaray over the transfer of the misfiring forward.
The Spaniard has managed only seven Premier League goals in two seasons at White Hart Lane and appears a shadow of the player who was prolific for years in La Liga.
Mauricio Pochettino is thought to be happy to allow the 30-year-old to leave as he looks to reshuffle his Harry Kane-dependant strike force this summer, and Galatasaray are very interested.
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The Mirror claims that Spurs would be willing to accept £11m for Soldado – a huge £15m hit on the £26m that they paid Valencia for his services in 2013 – although the Turkish giants hope to knock that price down to £9m.
Tottenham also apparently want to shift high-earning Emmanuel Adebayor off their books and bring in AS Monaco youngster Anthony Martial to support 31-goal Kane next season.