Barcelona will sell Sandro Ramirez to Tottenham for just £3m - if they agree to a buy-back clause.
Spurs are having an exceptional season so far, with just two defeats from their 19 games so far this season, and they sit just four points adrift of top spot in the Premier League.
Some fans are beginning to dream that manager Mauricio Pochettino could lead his side to the Premier League title, but one fear remains at large; the prospect of star striker Harry Kane falling injured, with no recognised backup to take his place.
It's now assumed that Spurs will sign a new striker in January, and Barcelona's 20-year-old forward Sandro Ramirez is believed to be their top target, according to a recent report from Catalan newspaper Sport.
The Spanish Under-21 international joined Barca from Las Palmas back in 2009, and has scored seven goals in 30 games for the Barcelona first team under Luis Enrique.
Now though, Barca could let Sandro leave the club, with the Daily Mail reporting that they are willing to sell him to Tottenham for just £3m - but on one condition.
Just as they have done with Everton's Gerard Deulofeu, Barcelona are allegedly demanding that a buy-back clause is inserted into a deal for Sandro, hence their willingness to deal for such a low price.
Tottenham are so far believed to be reluctant to agree to such a deal, but Sport's earlier report stated that Barcelona could demand up to £9m for the player without a buy-back clause, leaving Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy with a big decision to make.