Tottenham Hotspur could lose three of their key England players this summer as they are the subject of interest from Manchester clubs who could double their wages.

Spurs’ right-back Kyle Walker is thought likely to leave – The Sun reports he has been told he can go – and Manchester City are thought favourites to land the England international, although other clubs are said to be interested.

But the news gets worse for Spurs fans, as now midfield lynchpin Eric Dier has also apparently had his head turned by a Manchester club – in this case United. Jose Mourinho’s side are said to be planning a £40 million bid for Dier, and he is said to be interested in a move north.

In addition, left-back Danny Rose has also attracted the interest of both Manchester clubs, but a deal for him is less likely as he requires knee surgery this summer.

All three players earn about £65k a week at Spurs, but any move to Manchester could see them doubling that. Unsurprisingly, that is providing quite a pull. Both could potentially also offer Champions League football as well.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino will not want to lose any of the three, but may be powerless to stop them, with famously tough deal-maker Daniel Levy unlikely to break Spurs’ wage structure.

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