Chinese Super League side Beijing Guoan have had an offer of £9m for Mousa Demeble accepted by Tottenham, according to reports.
Dembele has been struggling with several injuries this season, and at 31 years of age, is open to the idea of leaving the Lilywhites during the January transfer window.
Dembele, who joined Spurs in 2012 from Fulham, established himself as a key player for Tottenham for a number of seasons, but has found himself on the peripheries this season.
With Eric Dier and Victor Wanyama nearing respective returns to fitness, and the emergence of Moussa Sissoko, Harry Winks and Oliver Skipp as important options, means Pochettino is spoilt for choice in midfield; thus making Dembele expendable.
He now looks to be on his way though, with Sky Sports News reporting that Beijing Guoan's bid of £9m has been accepted. The Imperial Guards, who finished fourth in the Chinese Super League last season, are looking to re-build ahead of a title challenge next season.
The Spurs manager has said he is open to selling the player, and spoke about the sale in a press conference, as quoted by football.london:
"I've heard nothing yet. I know like you there are a lot of rumours. If something arrives we are going to listen and then it's what we want to do or the player wants to do, it's about to negotiate, talk, like always it happens in that business."
It is not known if Pochettino will look to find a replacement for the 31-year-old during the current transfer window, but it is understood that funds are available, should the manager need them.