Serge Aurier could be heading for the Tottenham exit this summer as his agent works on selling him back to a French club, Football Insider understands.
The 26-year-old signed for Spurs from Paris Saint-Germain in August 2017 for a fee of £23million but has struggled to live up to his price tag.
A Spurs source has told Football Insider that the club are willing to offload Aurier this summer if they can secure something close to the price they paid two years ago.
The Ivory Coast international’s representatives are exploring the process of finding the right-back a buyer in France after spells in the country at Lens, Toulouse and PSG.
Monaco are among the clubs who have expressed an interest in Aurier although they are unlikely to pay an upfront anywhere near £23million.
That would mean a major loss for Spurs on a player who has struggled for form and fitness during his two years at the club.
He has played second fiddle to first choice Kieran Trippier and made just 17 appearances this season and only 41 in total for the north Londoners.
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