Tottenham Hotspur are considering a move to sign West Bromwich Albion star Saido Berahino, according to the Mirror.
The 21-year-old had an impressive 2014/15 season, scoring 14 goals from 38 league appearances. He was also the top scorer for the England Under-21 during the qualifying stages of the European Under-21 championship, scoring 10 goals.
Berahino picked up an injury during training, which forced him to miss out on the Euro Under-21. His form has attracted interest from the north London club, who have long been the forward's admirers.
Mauricio Pochettino has the services of Harry Kane, along with Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor as the first choice strikers in the squad. The Daily Mail claims Tottenham are desperate to offload the former Arsenal and Manchester City man this summer.
Spanish newspaper AS reports Sevilla are interested in signing Soldado, who has struggled since joining the north London club from Valencia in 2013. With the Spain international and Adebayor set for White Hart Lane exit, the Argentine manager needs to bring in reinforcements.
Berahino has two years left on his contract with the Baggies and Pochettino wants him to play alongside Kane at Tottenham next season. The former Southampton manager wants to add fire power to his side's attack and is set to make a firm bid for West Brom frontman.
The Mirror claims the England Under-21 international is valued around £15m ($23.6m). Tony Pulis is aware of the growing interest for his player and is hoping Berahino continues at The Hawthorns.
The former Crystal Palace manager admitted in May that West Brom would not be in a position to stop Berahino leave if a top Premier League club makes an approach for his services.
"If he plays well at this club then a top four club might come in and West Brom will not stop him as long as the deal is right," Pulis said, as reported by the Independent.
"We hope and pray he stays with us because he has a lot more to come and we don't think he is at the end of his development. If a top four club comes in and the clubs agree a fee and it's all done, everyone can shake hands and say what a great job he has done for the club.
"Not only has he been here since he was a young lad and we have looked after him, but the club have made money on him and we have to reinvest in other people - that's a fact of life," he added.