The Daily Express claim Paris St-Germain are ready to table a huge bid for Christian Eriksen.
PSG are set to offer Spurs £100m for the Denmark international, the Express claim.
He is among several Premier League players PSG have been tipped to move for in recent months.
Meanwhile, there continues to be speculation about who might replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal boss when he steps down at the end of the season.
The Daily Telegraph say Arsenal are considering appointing a young head coach rather than a more experienced manager.
This is apparently partly for financial reasons, with the Gunners said to be reluctant to pay Wenger’s successor the £8.5m annual salary the Frenchman reportedly earns.
According to the Telegraph, former Arsenal players Patrick Vieira and Mikel Arteta are on the shortlist along with Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim, Juventus boss Max Allegri and Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann.
The Daily Mail run a similar story, also suggesting that budgetary constraints are a factor in Arsenal’s search and that former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique, who would reportedly want £15m a year, could price himself out of the running.
The Telegraph say Chelsea are interested in Manchester United forward Anthony Martial and that West Ham are willing to pay £30m for Blues midfielder Danny Drinkwater.
And West Ham striker Andy Carroll faces a £200,000 fine following a bust-up with manager David Moyes, again according to The Sun.