Tottenham are reportedly interested in signing Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie this summer.
Bolasie, 25, has gone from playing with Maltese side Floriana to being a Premier League star in the space of just seven years, and is likely to be in demand at the end of the season.
The DR Congo international has hit four goals and six assists this season in an impressive campaign, and has recently terrorised defences with his devastating combination of power and pace down the flanks.
With interest in his services likely, the Mirror believe that Tottenham will join Liverpool in the race to sign Bolasie this summer, just days after The Sun suggested that Liverpool will offer striker Rickie Lambert in part exchange for the winger.
The Mirror believe that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is a huge fan of Bolasie, and that could lead to a summer bid from Tottenham - potentially up to the value of £20m.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino has seen the likes of Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend perform inconsistently this season, so the Argentine may well be in the market for a new winger this summer.
Bolasie's fine recent form with Palace will certainly attract interest, and his blistering pace would provide something different for Tottenham - should they manage to sign him this summer.