Tottenham are reported to be interested in Lukas Klostermann.
Tottenham are interested in signing German under-21 international Lukas Klostermann.
Klostermann plays predominantly at right-back but is capable of playing at centre-back or at left-back, having featured in all three positions for his side this season.
The 19-year-old has scored once and provided four assists, in 23 league games.
He has four caps for Germany's under-21 side, and also represented his country at under-17 and under-19 level.
Klostermann has been at Leipzig for two seasons having signed from Bochum, and has a contract which runs until June. 2018.
With Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, and DeAndre Yedlin out on loan, Tottenham are not in need of a new right-back, while Kyle Walker-Peters is also a promising alternative in their under-21 side.
Yet given Klostermann's versatility and head coach Mauricio Pochettino's vision, as demonstrated with Eric Dier's transition into midfield, there could yet be a role for him at Spurs in an alternate role if he were to sign in the summer.