Paris Saint-Germain have entered the race with Manchester United and Barcelona for Toby Alderweireld, according to Daily Telegraph journalist Matt Law.
The paper reports that Levy will only sell if Poch gives the go ahead, and it is believed the manager is willing to let the player leave. The Belgian has been hampered with injuries this season, and combined with contract talks stalling, it seems as though the club are looking to cash in.
It looks as though £40m will be the asking price, but the club are hoping that an auction could take place if three teams do enter the bidding. PSG and United are believed to be the favourites while Barca`s intentions are not yet as clear.
Toby`s contract does expire in 2019, and although we can extend it by a further year, this triggers his £25m release clause. If no new deal for the player arrives before the summer, it seems more likely than not that we will offload him in order to get the best offer for him. It remains to be seen whether we`ll see a breakthrough in contract talks before then.