Danny Rose has been omitted from Tottenham’s party for their pre-season tour to Asia “to explore prospective opportunities with other clubs” as Mauricio Pochettino’s restructuring of his squad continues.
The England full-back looks set to follow his fellow defender Kieran Trippier in leaving Spurs only six weeks after the pair started in the Champions League final defeat by Liverpool, with Rose left behind along with Vincent Janssen and Georges-Kévin Nkoudou for the tour of Singapore and Shanghai.
The 29-year-old, who joined Tottenham from Leeds in 2007 and has made nearly 200 appearances for the club, still has two years left on his contract and is valued at around £25m by Spurs.
It is unclear at this stage whether any move is close.
Young prospects Troy Parrott, Brooklyn Lyons-Foster, Harvey White, Alfie Whiteman, Japhet Tanganga, Jack Roles and Jamie Bowden are among the 25-man squad who will face Juventus and Manchester United over the next week.