Las Palmas are set to sell strikers Loic Remy and Oussama Tannane in the January transfer window, despite both only arriving in summer.
New Coach Paco Jemez has plans to restructure his squad in his first transfer window and is willing to be ruthless in order to help Los Amarillos avoid relegation.
“I have told the president to move Remy and Tannane on to other clubs,” Jemez told Cadena Ser.
Remy – formerly of Newcastle United and Chelsea – has netted five goals in 12 La Liga appearances while Tannane, signed from Saint-Etienne, is yet to score in 11 appearances for the Gran Canarian side.
Moroccan Tannane has netted only 19 goals across 101 league appearances for Heerenveen and Heracles in the Eredivisie, Saint-Etienne in Ligue 1 and his current spell in Spain.