Reportedly, TOTTENHAM is preparing a £ 50 million offer for the Fulham Ryan Sessegnon ace.
But it is clear that the North London team faces the competition of Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain for the young man.
Sessegnon, who can play as left or left back, is only 18 but is already considered one of the best and brightest young talents in England.
So it's no wonder that some of the great champions of the Premier League and Europe are fighting for his signature.
The current British contract at Craven Cottage expires next summer and Fulham is struggling to convince him to put an extension on paper.
This means that they could resign to the fact that they will need to sell the academy product this summer.
According to the mirror, the spurs have the advantage because Sessegnon does not want to leave London, landing a shot at Manchester United and PSG.
An option for Spurs could be to try signing Sessegnon this summer when he turns 19, and then return it to West Londoners.
This would have given the club another season with Sessegnon, more time for him to develop and some money to reinvest after the chaos of this season's purchases.
He was instrumental in promoting the championship last season, signed when he set Tom Cairney's winner in the play-off final, but struggled to find the same form in his first Premier League campaign.
His two goals and five assists do not seem enough to help Fulham avoid the fall.
The Cottagers, their third manager of the season, are 13 points away from security with eight games remaining.
And they face the hard task of facing the title chasing Liverpool on the banks of the Thames this afternoon.
Sessegnon – who was named this week in Aidy Boothroyd, England's Under-21 team – should keep his place on the left of a three-back with Aleksandar Mitrovic and Ryan Babel, with Joe Bryan in the left-back.