Tottenham spent big on new players before the start of the season but none of their arrivals have made an impact at White Hart Lane.
Vincent Janssen cost the club £20million when he arrived from AZ having finished last term as top scorer in the Eredivisie.
And Moussa Sissoko was a £30m gamble from Newcastle that has seen the Frenchman start just six Premier League games this season.
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Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has now seen enough, claim the Daily Mirror, and will look to offload both men at the end of the campaign.
According to the report, Pochettino has been left less than impressed with Dutchman Janssen, who is yet to score for Spurs from open play.
He has failed to fit into the Spurs system that relies heavily on sole striker Harry Kane – but even with Kane currently injured Pochettino has stuck Heung-min Son up front instead of going with Janssen.
Spurs have not even finished paying their instalments for Janssen and are keen to shift him out of the club.
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Tottenham will sell Moussa Sissoko (left) and Vincent Janssen in the summer
Sissoko was a £30m buy from Newcastle last summer
Janssen has struggled for game time at Spurs following his £20m arrival
As for Sissoko, the Euro 2016 finalist with France was linked with a move to Pairs Saint-Germain last summer before Spurs met Newcastle’s asking price.
Victor Wanyama’s constant presence in the Spurs midfield has restricted Sissoko’s game time but the midfielder has still notched up 26 appearances this season.
Spurs are realistic about their chances of reclaiming the transfer fees splashed out on Janssen and Sissoko and are willing to cut their losses to get the par out of the club.