Tottenham have been linked with signing Gent striker Depoitre in the January transfer window, according to HLN, and he has been in training with Belgium this week.
Due to his impressive form at domestic level - Depoitre has netted four goals in seven league games this season - the 26-year-old received his first call-up for the Belgium national team last week.
The Red Devils take on Andorra and Israel in the coming days, looking to secure their qualification for Euro 2016.
As it is Depoitre's first call-up to the Belgium side - at any level, youth and senior - it is not expected that he will be starting for Marc Wilmots’ side - especially as Romelu Lukaku and Divock Origi are ahead of him in the squad.
However, this has not stopped him from getting stuck in to his first training sessions as an international footballer, and a video posted by the official Belgium FA YouTube account has shown the striker scoring a number of goals ahead of their game with Andorra.
He is netting strikes alongside some of his other international teammates, and two players he could potentially be lining up alongside at club level if Spurs do move for Depoitre in January.
Tottenham’s interest in Depoitre came out of nowhere, but he is already working alongside some players he could be playing with in just a few months if Spurs formalise a move for the 26-year-old.