Valencia could be prepared to sell Tottenham target Geoffrey Kondogbia if they do not qualify for next season's Champions League.
The defensive midfielder has been in fine form this season, making 17 La Liga appearances and five in Europe.
Spurs are known to be long-term admirers of the player, and have been monitoring his progress this season with a view to making a bid in the summer.
And according to the Evening Standard Valencia could be willing to let him go for as little as €30m (£26m) as they look to cut costs ahead of next season.
They were sitting in seventh place when La Liga was suspended amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, four points behind fourth placed Real Sociedad, and there is still no indication as to how the current campaign will be suspended.
Valencia are said to be happy to listen to offers for any of their players, and they sold striker Rodrigo Moreno to Barcelona in January.
Kondogbia's contract is set to expire in 2022, and there is no indication as to whether he wishes to stay at the Mestalla or move on to a new challenge.
The 27-year-old started his career at French side Lens before moving onto Sevilla, and he also had spells at Monaco and Inter Milan before moving on loan to Valencia in 2017, with the Spanish side making it permanent after he impressed.
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