Jose Mourinho’s side is on the hunt for a new striker after Harry Kane was ruled out for up to four months with a hamstring injury.
AS Monaco are adamant that Tottenham would have to pay €2.5m in compensation if they want the Ligue 1 club to end Islam Slimani’s season-long loan in the January transfer window.
Jose Mourinho’s men are on the lookout for a new striker after losing Harry Kane until the end of the season with a hamstring injury.
Their search for a new forward has seen the North London club getting linked with several forwards from across Europe and Slimani, who joined Monaco from Leicester on a season-long loan at the start of this season, is one of them.
But with Steven Bergwijn having already joined the club from PSV Eindhoven, it remains to be seen whether Spurs would push on with their reported pursuit of the Algerian.