Julian Brandt's release clause has clubs on alert and Tottenham Hotspur should join the race.
Brandt has 10 assists this season for Bayer Leverkusen and the 22-year-old is available at a knockdown price.
BILD report he can be signed for £21.5 million is Leverkusen miss out on the Champions League, which they are currently on course to do, sitting fifth in the Bundesliga.
This is a bargain fee for the German international, who ticks all the boxes for Tottenham.
He is young, cheap, and immensely talented. He's the sort of signing who could flourish under Mauricio Pochettino.
Brandt is wanted by Tottenham's rivals Liverpool.
The Times reported how Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wanted Brandt before Mohamed Salah in 2017 before being overruled.
BILD report the Reds remain interested, along with Juventus and Real Madrid.
Tottenham's status as Champions League quarter-finalists, at least, gives them the pulling power to win a battle like this, along with their new stadium.
Liverpool have been a superior side to Tottenham this season in the Premier League.