Tottenham Hotspur has set out two demands to any club that is willing to sign Victor Wanyama either on permanent deal or on loan.
According to the Mirror, Wanyama will only leave the North London side if the club receives a fee of £8 million (Ksh1.1 billion) from the buyer.
The clubs boss Mr Daniel Levy also added that any club willing to take the Kenyan midfielder on loan should pay a fee of £1.5 million (Ksh198 million) along with an obligation of buying the player in the summer transfer window.
The Italian Sports Club Lazio had come at a close verge of signing the midfielder but later opted for Alfred Duncan from Sassuolo.
The former Celtic player for two years has also been linked to joining Turkish side Galatasaray, Renne and recently Aston villa.
Wanyama has only featured in one match since the arrival of the new tactician Jose Mourinho playing for 23 minutes against Bayern Munich last year.
Tottenham Hotspur is ready to offload the 28-year-old who is earning £70k (Ksh9.2 million) per week to cut off their budget.
The lion of Muthurwa as referred to by Kenyans remains with 18 months for his contract to expire with Tottenham.