Tottenham star Harry Winks wanted in shock Sevilla transfer with midfielder told he can leave and not in Conte's plans

SEVILLA are considering joining the race to sign Spurs star Harry Winks.

Tottenham have told the 26-year-old midfielder he can leave this summer as he is not essential to boss Antonio Conte’s plans.

The Spurs academy product, who has ten England caps, is valued at about£20million.

La Liga giants Sevilla would offer playmaker Winks the chance to revive his career in a league that would suit his technical ability.

Fulham and Everton have also been touted as possible destinations if he wants to stay in the Premier League.

Southampton are also interested but the price could be prohibitive as they are prioritising other positions in this summer’s transfer market.

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Winks has made 203 appearances for Spurs and joined the club at the age of six.

He has shown glimpses of his quality under Conte, particularly in December’s 2-2 draw with Liverpool.

But he fell down the pecking order under the Italian in the second half of the season.

Denmark star Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and January recruit Rodrigo Bentancur shone in the middle of the park as Spurs qualified for the Champions League.

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And with Spurs starlet Oliver Skipp, 21, due back from long-term injury, and the club in the market for a new central midfielder, this summer could be the right time for Winks to move on.

It was reported in January that Winks was keen on a loan move abroad to kick-start his stuttering career.

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