Southampton want to sell both Charlie Austin and Mario Lemina this week, according to a report from The Evening Standard.
The Saints are actively seeking to offload both players, and Ralph Hasenhuttl is seemingly keen for them to swiftly be moved on by the club as pre-season preparations begin to step up.
Austin and Lemina were excluded from the manager’s 26-man squad for the trip to Austria this week, with the group having flown out on Monday.
The Evening Standard reports that by the time Southampton return from their ventures abroad, they hope that the experienced pair will have officially secured transfers away.
Hasenhuttl’s men are in Austria for a week and will conclude their time in the country with a friendly against SCR Altach on Sunday afternoon.
Lemina is a transfer target for Manchester United, Arsenal and Leicester City, while Austin could be moved on after falling down the pecking order of strikers towards the end of last season.
Southampton's pre-season schedule
SCR Altach v Southampton, 14/7/19
Southampton kick their friendlies off in Ralph Hasenhuttl’s home country of Austria. They face Austrian Bundesliga club SCR Altach this Sunday.
Preston North End v Southampton, 20/7/19
Southampton will travel to Deepdale for their second pre-season friendly. An intriguing encounter with Championship side Preston North End awaits them.
Guangzhou R&F v Southampton, 23/7/19
Southampton face Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F away from home. It will be their only outing in the Far East.
Feyenoord v Southampton, 28/7/19
Southampton’s penultimate pre-season fixture is a trip to the iconic De Kuip. They will lock horns with Dutch giants Feyenoord.
Southampton v FC Koln, 3/8/19
Southampton’s final pre-season friendly sees them return to St Mary’s Stadium. They will take on FC Koln, who secured promotion back to the Bundesliga last season.
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