Tottenham Hotspur are willing to offer Aston Villa both Cameron Carter-Vickers and Josh Onomah, plus cash, as they aim to sign Jack Grealish, according to The Telegraph.
The Spurs pair would join the Championship club on loan as they look to gain some valuable first team football.
Villa suffered Playoff Final heartache to Fulham at Wembley and they could lose their star man as a result.
Villa have hit financial trouble recently and they may be forced to offload Grealish in a bid to raise some money to provide a short term cash flow.
The 22 year old is a boyhood Villa fan and has come through the ranks at Villa Park, making more than 90 appearances for his club.
His impressive form last season caught the eye in a campaign where he notched 3 goals and assisted on 6 occasions.
It has been rumoured that Villa are demanding £40m for their prized asset, but the arrivals of Onomah and Carter-Vickers may see that asking price decrease.
Onomah spent last season on loan at Villa and if a deal was to materialise he could return to the Midlands again next campaign.
He made 30 appearances for the club, scoring 4 goals under Steve Bruce.
Carter-Vickers had to seperate loan spells last season, splitting his season between Sheffield United and Ipswich Town.
The United States international made 17 appearances for the Blades and 14 appearances for the Tractor Boys.
He scored a single goal last season, netting the winner on his debut for Sheffield United in a win over Bolton Wanderers.
Grealish looks set to depart Villa this summer and a number of clubs are interested in his services, however the arrivals of Onomah and Carter-Vickers could soften the blow of losing their star man.