Lucas of PSG celebrates scoring against Arsenal
According to French TV station Telefoot, Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura is interested in a move to Tottenham Hotspur as Mauricio Pochettino's men register an interest in a loan deal.
Spurs already have a crop of attacking and creative players such as Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli and Son Heung-min, but many believe that Pochettino needs to land a player to bring more pace in the final third.
A host of players who fit that bill have been linked with Spurs in recent transfer windows, and the latest is Paris Saint-Germain's Lucas Moura as Pochettino considers a move this month.
Telefoot report that Tottenham are interested in landing Moura on loan – and the Brazilian himself is interested in making such a move to North London this month.
The report also claims that PSG want €30million (£26.7million) to sell Moura, and they aren't overly keen on loaning him out, meaning Spurs may have to consider a permanent move this month.
Moura, 25, emerged as a sensation in Brazil with Sao Paulo, notching 33 goals in 128 games to earn his big-money move to PSG in 2012, where he hasn't quite lived up to expectations.
The pacey wide man has hit 45 goals in 228 games for PSG, including 18 goals in all competitions last term, but he hasn't started a single league game this season and looks set to move on ahead of the World Cup – and Spurs may be hoping to benefit, given that the winger seems to be interested in joining Pochettino's men.