Tottenham are preparing a move for Chelsea winger Victor Moses, who has fallen out of favour at Stamford Bridge, according to the Daily Mirror.
Spurs are looking to add quality and depth to their squad and Moses will be an adroit signing, who can run at defences and also score the odd goal. The winger spent the last year on loan at Stoke City where he scored three goals in more than 20 appearances and the Potters are willing to sign him on a long-term contract to bring him to the Britannia.
However, the player is reportedly more inclined towards signing for Tottenham, who are in the Europa League and can offer him the opportunity to ply his trade in Europe.
Stoke are willing to include Moses in any deal with Asmir Begovic moving to Chelsea as understudy to Thibaut Courtois, with Petr Cech is on his way to Arsenal. The goalkeeper is also being monitored by Manchester United where he will compete with Victor Valdes for a first team spot.
However, no assurances have been made at either club regarding his game-time and Begovic wants to make sure he is the first choice wherever he moves next season.
Moses was signed by Chelsea's Champions League winning manager Roberto di Matteo in 2012 and was sent on loan to Liverpool in the proceeding season where he put in a few good performances but failed to establish himself in the first team.
Meanwhile, Tottenham are struggling in the striking department, with all their top targets agreeing new deals at their respective clubs while they are unable to offload Emmanuel Adebayor from their pay roll. The Spaniard is on a massive wage scale and no club is willing to take the risk, after what has been a disappointing introduction to the Premier League for the former Arsenal striker.