Tottenham Hotspur are set to bag a hefty sell-on fee if Everton target Gylfi Sigurdsson moves on from Swansea City this summer, one report is claiming.
Spurs sold the now 27-year-old Iceland international in 2014 as part of the deal which saw Ben Davies and Michel Vorm move in the opposition direction to north London.
Pochettino admitted last season that the sale of Sigurdsson back then was one that he had some slight regret over.
“I think after he moved to Swansea and we saw his development he was a perfect player for us,” Pochettino said.
“But in that moment it was the club decision and his decision to move to Swansea and find another way.”
He added: “Every time we meet him and see him he shows his quality not only as a player but like a man. All the people here talk very highly about him.
“It’s a shame but sometimes in football you never know what will happen in the future.”
Now The Times are reporting that Tottenham inserted a 10 per cent sell-on fee in the deal for the midfielder and with Everton being reportedly quoted a massive £50m price tag for the player, the north Londoners could rake in more funds this summer.