Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly open to a reunion with Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric.
While the Croatia international has enjoyed a successful seven-year period at the Bernabeu, there has recently been talk of the 34-year-old being allowed to find a new club.
According to reports in Spain, Spurs are monitoring any developments ahead of potentially attempting to re-sign a player they sold to Real in 2012.
There is a suggestion that Real may not look to recoup a significant transfer fee for the veteran, given the club's desire to free up space on the wage bill.
Modric could potentially be involved in a part-exchange deal involving Christian Eriksen, who has less than a year left on his contract at the Premier League giants.
A separate report has claimed that Real want to open negotiations with Spurs regarding the signing of the Danish playmaker.