Sheffield United attacking midfielder David Brooks is high on Tottenham Hotspur's wanted list, the Sun reports on page 63 of Friday's printed edition.
Tottenham are said to have watched Brooks in action against Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old, who recently switched international allegiance from England to Wales, has impressed since making his Sheffield United breakthrough at the start of this season.
A number of Premier League clubs, including Liverpool, Everton, Newcastle United and West Ham United, have already been credited with interest in Brooks.
But they, like Tottenham, should prepare to spend big if they want to sign the former Manchester City talent, who last month signed a new four-year contract at Bramall Lane.
Brooks would follow in the footsteps of former Blades Kyle Walker and Kyle Naughton should he leave them for north London.
Spurs centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers also played in Sheffield United's narrow defeat at Loftus Road.
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