Tottenham Hotspur are prepared to allow back-up goalkeepers Carlo Cudicini and Huerelho Gomes to join Championships sides on-loan.
Clubs in the football league can still loan players outside of the transfer window and it seems as though Spurs are prepared to allow the two keepers to leave the club in the coming weeks.
Tottenham managed to complete a deal for Lyon and France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris who is expected to provide some competition for current number one Brad Friedel.
The veteran American stopper was picked ahead of Lloris for the 1-1 draw against Norwich but does have just one year remaining on his contract at White Hart Lane.
The Evening Standard believes that Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is therefore keen to send Cudicini and Gomes out on-loan with a view to selling them on a permanent deal in January.
Cudicini would add a wealth of Premier League experience to any club, while Gomes was considered the Spurs number one when he arrived at the club back in 2008.
The Brazilian did make some 96 league appearances for Tottenham in his time at the club but is now well down the pecking order and will certainly be pleased to leave.
Earlier in the summer he stated that he was keen to secure a move which never emerged during the transfer window.
"I have two more years under contract at Spurs and I intend to fulfil them," Gomes told the Evening Standard in the summer. "But I'm tired of Europe, I have reached my limit here.
"I'm 31 years old and I'm thinking about moving back to Brazil. Atletico Mineiro wanted me, but Tottenham asked them to pay a fortune of £8million for me and the negotiation finished.
"I'm sure that Villas-Boas's arrival is going to help me. He is great and he wants to do the best for Tottenham. I'm sure he will achieve many things here. I hope I could play in his team until 2014."