Tottenham struggling to find buyers for Ndombele, Winks, Lo Celso and Reguilon and may have to loan them out instead

    TOTTENHAM are struggling to flog four unwanted stars.

    And now they may have to loan them out instead.

    Harry Winks is one of the players Tottenham are struggling to sell permanently

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    Harry Winks is one of the players Tottenham are struggling to sell permanentlyCredit: Getty

    The North Londoners want to sell Giovani Lo Celso, Tanguy Ndombele, Harry Winks and Sergio Reguilon this summer.

    Antonio Conte left all four out of pre-season trips to South Korea and Israel.

    They were all also absent from the matchday squad for the 4-1 opening-day victory over Southampton.

    But finding buyers for the quartet has proved difficult.

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    Now Tottenham may have to consider loaning them out instead.

    Villarreal are interested in re-signing midfielder Lo Celso, who they had on loan for the second half of last season.

    But Unai Emery’s side need to sell before they can buy.

    That means another loan may be most likely.

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    Villarreal are also believed to have explored a loan move for Spurs £65million record signing Ndombele, 25, who is of interest to Napoli.

    Winks is being monitored by Premier League clubs and Sampdoria.

    But the England midfielder’s wages could be an issue.

    While Sevilla were looking at defender Reguilon but instead signed Alex Telles on loan from  Manchester United.

    Giovani Lo Celso could go back to Villarreal on loan

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    Giovani Lo Celso could go back to Villarreal on loanCredit: PA

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