Reports coming from Spanish media outlet Don Balon indicate Totenham have offered Moussa Sissoko to Barcelona.
The French midfielder had a rather disappointing season at Spurs after arriving last summer from Newcastle for a £30 million transfer fee.
The 27-year-old registered 32 appearances for Totenham in all competitions, failing to find the net and assisting his teammates on only two occasions.
Sissoko is known for his dribbling abilities, and has been utilised by Mauricio Pochetino mostly on the right flank, but made most of his appearances coming from the bench. He gathered just over 1,000 minutes of playing time (equal to the duration of 11.12 matches) this season with the average rating of 6.54.
Despite having under-performed through much of the season, Barcelona and Real Madrid are believed to still hold interest in his services.
After a very impressive performance at Euro 2016, Zinedine Zidane was very keen to sign the midfielder but the Spurs managed to snap him up in a £30 million deal that Frenchman failed to justify.
There are also reports of AC Milan’s interest, who are looking to re-establish their reputation in Italy and in Europe with their Chinese investors working hard to improve the squad.