Spurs are reportedly prepared to sell Joe Rodon if they’re valuation is met.
That’s according to a recent report from Football Insider, who claims the Londoners are willing to offload the Welshman, but only for the right price.
After joining Leeds United on loan last summer, Rodon, 26, is enjoying an excellent campaign, both collectively and individually.The 26-year-old is an important player for Daniel Farke, and after starting in 27 Championship games, has been key in the club’s push for promotion.
And understandably keen to sign the centre-back permanently, Leeds United are believed to have made plans to keep hold of the 6’3″ beyond this season. Signing Rodon won’t come cheap though — Football Insider claim Spurs have set their asking price at between £10-15 million.
Hopeful of recouping at least what they paid Swansea for Rodon in 2020, Spurs will do well not to be knocked down in price. Leeds United will be aware the 26-year-old has no place in Ange Postecoglou’s plans and with just 18 months left on his contract, it would be foolish for the Championship side not to make a significantly lower counteroffer.