Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly ready to offload 30-year-old Welsh centre-back Ben Davies ahead of next season.

According to Football Insider, Tottenham are ready to part ways with Ben Davies. Spurs are planning a major overhaul in the summer, and they are looking to part ways with quite a few of their senior players. The 30-year-old defender is one of those players who could be on his way out in the upcoming window.

Davies came through the ranks at Swansea City before joining Tottenham in the summer of 2014. He has gone from strength to strength since joining the London club. The 30-year-old has been one of their mainstays over the last few seasons.

The Welshman has featured in 39 matches in the ongoing season and has four goal contributions to his name. He has started 25 out of his total 30 Premier League outings. Despite being a key player in the ongoing season, Tottenham are ready to part ways with him.

The Welsh international signed a new contract with the club ahead of the ongoing season. His current deal runs until the summer of 2025, and he earns £80,000-a-week. Despite penning down a new deal with the club, Tottenham are ready to let Davies leave if the right bid arrives.

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Spurs have been poor in the ongoing season, and they have struggled to end their trophy drought once again. The board were forced to sack Antonio Conte mid-way through the season after he blasted their Tottenham players as well as people at the club.

Post that, they have been on the lookout for a new manager, with Brendan Rodgers recently emerging as a target. While Tottenham are yet to figure out who their next boss will be, Tottenham have already started planning for the summer. And, irrespective of who the next manager will be, they are ready to let go of the versatile Davies if they receive an offer of around £15 million for his services.

With Tottenham ready to let go of the 30-year-old, he might be playing his final match for the team in white on the final day of the season this Sunday. With Spurs prepared to sell, it will be interesting to see who ends up winning the race for the services of the £80,000-a-week Welsh international.

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