Los Che are likely to be forced into a string of player sales in the coming months due to an ongoing financial crisis at the Estadio Mestalla.
Jose Bordalas has previously stated the club need to raise at least €70m this summer, to offset current debts, and ensure a more solid fiscal footing ahead of the 2022-23 season.
Reports from Marca claim Georgian international Mamardashvili is a possible sale option, despite a positive first season in Spain, following his move from Locomotive Tbilisi in 2021.
Spurs are on the hunt for a long term replacement for club captain Hugo Lloris with Antonio Conte confident of edging out domestic rivals Manchester United in the battle for Mamardashvili.
Valencia sealed a £750,000 deal for the 21-year-old less than 12 months ago, and they will be pushing for around £4m, if Tottenham make a formal offer this month.