Tottenham are interested in signing Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa this summer, according to multiple reports.
Kurzawa, who joined PSG from Monaco in 2015, has made 28 appearances in all competitions so far this season, scoring five goals.
Three of those goals came in PSG’s 5-0 win over Anderlecht in the Champions League group stages.
The 25-year-old has already been linked with a move to Spurs this year by both the British and French media.
And the Mirror believes Tottenham continue to track his progress, although they could face competition from Manchester United and Chelsea.
Meanwhile, the Mail claims Spurs have been boosted in their pursuit of Kurzawa by the fact PSG will be forced to raise funds through player sales this summer in order to pass Financial Fair Play regulations.
Tottenham have already signed two players from PSG this season: Serge Aurier last summer and Lucas Moura in January.
Lines of communication are likely to remain open between the clubs, which could make Spurs favourites to sign Kurzawa.
His arrival is likely dependent on Danny Rose’s exit – the Mirror suggests Tottenham are ready to sell the defender at the end of the season.