Paris Saint-Germain right-back Serge Aurier has reportedly agreed a deal with Tottenham Hotspur, but he is also in talks with other clubs.
The Ivory Coast international was previously heavily linked to Manchester United, while Chelsea also entered the mix earlier in the summer.
According to L’Equipe, though, Tottenham are the Premier League club that Aurier has reached an agreement with, but Serie A outfits Juventus and Inter Milan have also opened dialogue with the defender.
Initially, PSG were determined to keep hold of the 24-year-old, but it is believed that the French giants have now accepted that the player wants to leave.
Aurier, who moved to Parc des Princes from Toulouse in 2015 following a loan spell at the club, made 22 Ligue 1 appearances and had five outings in the Champions League last season.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly had a £25m bid for Ryan Sessegnon turned down by Fulham.
The North London outfit, who are yet to bring in any new faces in the transfer window this summer, have been linked to the 17-year-old left-back for some time.
Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City have also been named as potential suitors, but Sessegnon appeared to put the rumours to bed when he signed a three-year contract at Fulham in June.
Despite committing his future to the Championship club, Tottenham have tried to persuade the Cottagers to do a deal by offering £25m for the teenager, but Fulham have knocked back the Premier League outfit, according to The Mirror.
The report adds that Spurs are interested in Sessegnon’s twin brother Steven, who also plays for Fulham.