Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen to sign West Ham United's Arthur Masuaku, who is also attracting interest from Chelsea and Monaco.
Tottenham Hotspur will make a £20m approach for versatile West Ham United star Arthur Masuaku once the transfer window opens, according to a report.
The 24-year-old, comfortable playing at full-back or on the left wing, is also said to have been monitored by Monaco and Premier League rivals Chelsea.
Spurs are the side showing the most interest, however, and The Sun claims that they will use the prospect of Champions League football to tempt the Frenchman into making the switch across London.
Masuaku, used 27 times in all competitions this season, is said to have been targeted by Tottenham as a replacement for Danny Rose, who is wanted by Manchester United and may be allowed to leave.
Should Spurs be unsuccessful in their attempt to sign the ex-Olympiacos ace, the same report suggests that they will take a closer look at Southampton's Ryan Bertrand.
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