Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has already seen the young winger in action after the 17-year-old - who turns 18 next week - came off the bench to make his Aston Villa debut against Spurs last season.
Green is highly thought of in the West Midlands and it would be a huge blow to lose him. Understandably, Aston Villa fans are desperate to see the starlet remain at Villa Park, while Tottenham fans seem mixed on the speculation.
@AndreGreen_30 Come to Spurs mate it's better for you look at our youth and look at them now ;)— COYSLivesMatter (@Charley_T11) July 24, 2016
@Dr_TonyXia read this morning Spurs looking at Andre Green so wondering what contract if any has villa given Andre so we don't lose him— Paul Montgomery (@AVFCmonty) July 24, 2016
@HeartOfTheHolte Tottenham can go look elsewhere. Andre Green is claret and blue and hopefully will stay that way for the long term— Gary Poole (@gary_poole80) July 24, 2016
Aston Villa supporters probably should be worried, though. Under Pochettino, a number of young players have developed into fine footballers and life at White Hart Lane would be hugely tempting for any starlet.
But there is also fierce competition for places and the young winger might be better off staying at Aston Villa until he is good enough to compete for a starting spot at an elite club - if he ever reaches that level.
Green, at the moment, is just potential and there's a long way to go before English football discovers whether he is the real deal.