Tottenham are eyeing a move to sign Yannick Bolasie from Crystal Palace in January, the Express claims.
The DR Congo international has become one of the most impressive performers in the Premier League in recent seasons, from being bit-part League Two player with Barnet seven years ago.
Palace signed the winger for under £1 Million in 2012, and are now said to be unwilling to sell for under £40 Million, at least that is what manager Alan Pardew claimed in January.
Tottenham’s Andros Townsend is being targeted for a move by Newcastle, having failed to earn a regular place in the first-team this season, and the North-London side are said to be unwilling to sell unless they manage to bring in a replacement.
Bolasie is believed to be the man they want in his place, and with Liverpool recently having changed manager, they could be told to look at other options, with Jurgen Klopp better known for his bargain deals.