Tottenham Hotspur playmaker Erik Lamela will be allowed to leave the club in the summer. The Argentine has two years left on his contract with the North London club, but new manager Jose Mourinho wants to rebuild his squad, and the Argentine has been declared surplus to requirements. The club will listen to offers for the player in the summer.

The 27-year old joined the Lilywhites from AS Roma, but injuries and poor form has seen him fail to reach his peak with the North London club. He had a hip injury in the 2016/2017 season that ruled him for the whole season. The club want to recoup some of the investment on the player and they are ready to sanction the sale of the player.

Reports from Spain suggest Tottenham are interested in Madrid playmaker, and it is expected that Isco will be the direct replacement of the Argentine.

The 27-year-old has had a decent career in north London, making 209 appearances for the north London side, scoring 33 goals and supplying 45 assists, although he has never really hit the heights that were expected of him when he joined the club from Roma seven years ago.

The Argentine ace is attracting from former club As Roma, the Rome based club have made enquiry about the player availability in the past. They will return for the player again in the summer transfer window. Lamela is also attracting interest from Germany.

Werder Bremen and Hertha Berlin have declared interest in the player. Former Old lady coach Jurgen Klinsman was very keen on the player during the winter transfer window. Klinsman has since left his post at the capital club and it is unknown whether the club will return for the player next summer.