Tottenham have been linked with a move for Danny Drinkwater.
Danny Drinkwater scores the first goal for Leicester City
Drinkwater, 26, is in the midst of contract negotiations at Leicester, and talk of interest from Spurs will not harm his chances of agreeing a new, highly paid deal.
For Tottenham and the player himself, it is a switch which does not make immediate sense.
England's Danny Drinkwater during training
Drinkwater would have to compete for a place in midfield but could still find himself as low in the pecking order as fifth choice, behind Dier, Dembele, Alli and Wanyama.
To spend £20 million on a player who could be in this situation would not be ideal, nor typical business sense from chairman Daniel Levy.
Leicester are desperately trying to keep their title winning squad from last season together, and Drinkwater might consider that his England prospects could be harmed by a spell on the bench at Tottenham.
Leicester's Danny Drinkwater drinks water
Here is a look at how Tottenham fans reacted to reports of a potential switch...
I'd not be upset if we signed Drinkwater. He's no world beater but an important part of a squad. Also he reminds you to stay healthy.#COYS— Declan Walker (@Reklaw__) August 1, 2016
Drinkwater now linked with us . I feel we need an older experienced player in the squad to help all the younger players.— Spurs county Durham (@spursnorthern) August 1, 2016
We DONT need Drinkwater!!!!!— Andrew Ford (@Fordytheyid77) August 1, 2016
Drinkwater...I wished— glory glory (@gloryglorytott) August 1, 2016
Can't play all your 'favourites' if Poch does one day play 2 up top
Box to box mid,for price of Mason Carroll +£5m
Drinkwater? Wouldn't want him unless it was on a free.— asherthehuman (@asherthehuman) August 1, 2016
Leicester's Danny Drinkwater celebrates with the trophy after winning the Barclays Premier League