The central defender has been informed he is surplus to requirements under new boss Pochettino, with a number of Premier League clubs ready to make an offer for 30-year-old
Michael Dawson has been told he can leave Tottenham and is a target for both Hull and QPR, Goal understands.
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Hull have already shown they are ready to spend big this summer having already shelled out a club record transfer fee for Jake Livermore ahead of their first European campaign, and it's believed they are prepared to pay £4m for Dawson.
But former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp wants to reunite with his former captain, two years after Dawson turned down a £9m transfer to Loftus Road and QPR are understood to be slight favourites for the 30-year-old.
Dawson, who made 41 appearances in all competitions for the north London outfit last season, joined Tottenham from Nottingham Forest for £4m in 2005.
While Dawson has been told he is free to leave the club, Tottenham are less willing to let Argentine winger Erik Lamela leave.
The £27.5m signing from Roma made just 17 appearances for Spurs during a difficult debut season which accumulated in his omission from the Argentina squad for the World Cup.
Reports have linked the 22-year-old with a move back to Serie A to kick-start his career, but advances from Inter have so far been rejected.