The Mirror suggests West Ham are interested in the Spurs defender, who will get an improved deal to stave off the interest.
A number of Premier League sides are in the market for a new left-back this summer, with the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea all expected to add full-backs to their contingents.
Tottenham have long had problems in the area, with Danny Rose first choice in the position this season but being susceptible to defensive mistakes.
It is also believed that West Ham are looking to add a left-back, with The Mirror stating today that the Hammers have identified the former Sunderland loanee as a potential addition.
However, with Rose said to be part of Spurs’ long-term plans, the report claims that the White Hart Lane side will offer the defender an improved contract to resist the temptation of a move.
Rose’s current contract has two years remaining on it, but his wages are said to be modest.
Given that Tottenham are likely to add a new player at left-back to their contingent and the White Hart Lane faithful have been vocal in their disdain for Rose’s performances, a new contract may well come as something of a shock.