Football Insider claims that Tottenham is willing to trade Ben Davies. The Spurs are trying to get go of a lot of their older players this summer as part of a massive roster restructure. The 30-year-old centre-back is one of the players that may be traded during the forthcoming window.
After rising through the ranks at Swansea City, Davies signed for Tottenham in 2014. Since he joined the London team, he has flourished. Over the last several seasons, the 30-year-old has been a consistent contributor.
So far this season, the Welshman has played in all 39 games and contributed to four goals. Out of his 30 Premier League appearances, he has started 25 times. Despite his importance to Tottenham this season, the club is willing to let him go.
The Welsh national team player renewed his contract with the team before the current campaign. His current contract keeps him under contract and paying £80,000 a week until the summer of 2025. Despite signing a new contract, Tottenham would be willing to let Davies depart for the appropriate price.
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Welsh central defender Ben Davies, at 30 years old, has apparently been made available for transfer by Tottenham Hotspur ahead of the next season
Spurs have failed to overcome their trophy drought this season and have been terrible thus far. The board fired Antonio Conte in the middle of the season after he publicly criticised many Tottenham players and others associated with the club.
Since then, they’ve been searching for a new manager, and Brendan Rodgers has emerged as a possible candidate. Spurs have begun summer preparations despite not yet knowing who their next manager will be. Moreover, they are willing to part ways with the adaptable Davies if an offer of roughly £15 million is made for his services, regardless of who the new manager will be.
The 30-year-old may be playing his last game for Tottenham on the last day of the season on Sunday, as the club is ready to let him go. Spurs are willing to negotiate a sale, therefore it will be exciting to watch who snags the services of the Welsh international who earns £80,000 per week.