Tottenham could offer two players on loan as part of their offer for Jack Grealish, according to the Daily Telegraph‘s Matt Law.
Josh Onomah and Cameron Carter-Vickers may both be used in a deal to purchase our no.10 this summer.
As has already been reported, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is keen to lower our £40m valuation of Jack, and he believes that the two loanees could help him to do that.
Onomah would likely be welcomed back after a decent first loan spell at the club, while Carter-Vickers season in the Championship was also deemed successful.
The American spent the first half of the season on loan at Sheffield United before he moved to Ipswich Town in January. The centre-back could be a good option to strengthen the centre of defence after the departure of John Terry.
However, the club desperately needs cash, and offering these two players to lower Grealish’s price tag may not be something we would entertain with the board keen to get as much as possible for the club’s prized assets.