Tottenham face further competition to land long-standing target Leandro Damiao following reports Borussia Dortmund are tracking the Brazil star.
Spurs have trailed the 23-year-old for over two years and failed with a deadline day attempt to bring him to White Hart Lane during the last transfer window.
Irrespective of Gareth Bale's scintillating form, Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has just two strikers - Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor - at his disposal and he is desperate to bolster his attacking options ahead of a potential Champions League campaign next season.
talkSPORT told you earlier this year that Napoli are willing to rival Spurs for Damiao's signature, but Dortmund, who could lose their striker Robert Lewandowski in the summer, are also interested in the Brazilian.
German newspaper Bild claims the reigning Bundesliga champions see Damiao as a possible replacement for Lewandowski, who has been heavily linked with a summer switch to Manchester United.