Tottenham Hotspur have accepted a £5million bid from Swansea City for defender Kyle Naughton, Mirror reports.
Spurs are looking to sell several players this month, with Naughton set to be the first in the January clear-out after agreeing a fee for the right-back.
The Englishman has found it extremely difficult to break into the first-team at White Hart Lane, and is now close to sealing a move to the Swans.
Naughton is already in negotiations with the Welsh club over his personal terms as Swansea prepare to use part of the £30million they received from the sale of Wilfried Bony to Manchester City.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is also prepared to let go of winger Aaron Lennon, who has become a subject of interest for Everton as well as Stoke City.
Lennon is another player receiving limited playing time, with the 27-year-old behind the likes of Christian Eriksen, Nacer Chadli, and Erik Lamela in the midfield pecking order.
The London club want at least £7million for Lennon, but with Spurs also keen on Kevin Mirallas, could use the Englishman as make-weight in a potential swap deal.