Spurs are expected to join the race for Said Benrahma from Brentford.
Benrahma has added 17 goals and eight assists to this season’s drive for Brentford promotion.
He has told the team his willingness to play professionally in the Premier League next season.
Although he has been linked with Chelsea and Arsenal, Leeds and Aston Villa are both also interested on Benrahma, having worked at Griffin Park under Villa manager Dean Smith.
West Ham are the 24-year-old playmaker’s big admirers as well, but they need to sell before they can buy. They’re among several Premier League clubs that are currently fighting a cash crisis.
The Hammers have made the improvement of their defense a priority, ensuring that Spurs could snatch a march in the Benrahma race.
However, Jose Mourinho has already warned during the latest transfer window that they are “not going to waste rivers of money.”
In any case, Brentford set to split up their famous BMW strike force for £16million,reports.
The Algerian playmaker, Bryan Mbeumo and Ollie Watkins netted 58 goals in between to fire the Bees at the Premier League’s brink.
With Benrahma determined to play in the top flight, the Bees are now going to listen to offers for one of their prize assets.