Reports claim that Tottenham hope to offload long-serving winger Aaron Lennon in the January transfer window after failing to do so this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur will reportedly offload Aaron Lennon in January after failing to shift him this summer.
The North London club are thought to have offered the England winger to a host of clubs on deadline day as they attempt to decrease their wage bill.
Queens Park Rangers were among the teams interested, but Lennon rejected a switch to Loftus Road, according to The Mirror.
However, West Ham United and Newcastle United are also thought to be in the picture, and Tottenham will apparently attempt to broker another deal in January.
The 27-year-old, who has been with the Lilywhites since 2005 after coming through the youth ranks at Leeds United, has a further two years on his contract at White Hart Lane.
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