Dynamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko says he is in ongoing transfer negotiations with Tottenham Hotspur.
Ukraine international Yarmolenko was previously linked with a £12m move to Stoke City, according to the Stoke Sentinel, but the player was urged to reject a move to the Potters by former Spurs striker and current Dynamo manager Sergei Rebrov.
According to the Metro, Tottenham have since made an offer of £10.6m for the 25-year-old who appears to have confirmed there has been contact from the Premier League club.
When asked about a possible move to Tottenham, Yarmolenko was quoted as saying on Ukrainian website Match Day: "Discussions are ongoing. I do not know, let's see what happens. There is still a month [of the transfer window left]. I have a contract with Dynamo Kiev until then which I practice in good faith."
Yarmolenko was one of the Ukrainian's league's most productive players last season, contributing 14 goals and 13 assists in just 26 matches en route to being crowned the player of the season.
He replicated that form in Europe too, providing the most assists in the Europa League last season as Dynamo Kiev reached the semi-finals of the competition.
Tottenham have so far concentrated on improving other areas of their team having added three defenders to their squad in Kieran Trippier, Kevin Wimmer and Toby Alderweireld to their ranks.
But reports would suggest Tottenham are in the market for another wide option having been strongly linked with Manchester United's Ashley Young, as reported by the Mirror.
Another striker to supplement Harry Kane is also wanted my Mauricio Pochettino with French newspaper L'Equipe suggesting Tottenham have made an opening offer of €10.5m for Lyon forward Clinton Njie.
That bid has been turned down, but the same publication suggest an improved offer of €15m could tempt the Ligue 1 side into doing business.