Tottenham are eyeing Spain's European Championship-winning midfielder Santi Cazorla as a replacement for Luka Modric, according to reports in Spain.
Madrid paper AS say that Malaga man Cazorla could be lured to White Hart Lane after a row with the Spanish club over unpaid wages.
It is claimed that Spurs are ready to double Cazorla's current €2.5m yearly salary in an attempt to entice him to North London.
Cazorla, 27, became Malaga's record signing last summer when the Andalucian club paid €22m to take him from Villarreal and was pivotal in the club's successful push to finish in a Champions League position.
But he could now be on his way to Tottenham, with Andre Villas-Boas preparing for life without Modric as the Croatian closes in on a move to Real Madrid.