Nacer Chadli
Chadli would relish the chance to play for Tottenham, according to his agent. (Reuters)

FC Twente winger Nacer Chadli would welcome a move to Tottenham Hotspur this summer, his agent has revealed.

Andre Villas-Boas' side have been heavily linked with the Belgium international who has made no secret of his intention to leave the Eredivise after three years this summer as Spurs look to increase their options in wide positions.

Reports have suggested that Tottenham have already tabled a bid in the region of £6m for the 23-year-old, with Twente holding out for a fee closer to £7.75m. Chadli's agent Daniel Evrand has played down reports that a fee has already been agreed, but insists his client would be extremely interested in a move to White Hart Lane.

"It has been known for a while that Tottenham are interested in Nacer," Evrand said, Metro report.

"We would welcome this move, but I don't think the two teams are in talks yet. We are still waiting for a contract offer."

Chadli has already rejected the opportunity to move to Shakhtar Donetsk earlier in the transfer window, despite a move to the Ukrainian champions having the added incentive of Champions League football on offer.

The Belgian international has also previously made clear that his intention is to ply his trade in the Premier League next season, something which will have greatly boosted Tottenham's hopes of luring Chadli to north London.

The winger, who struck 12 goals in 17 games for Twente last season, has entered the last year of his contract, giving the Dutch club little choice but to cash in on the player this summer.

Chadli could be one of three additions to the growing Belgian contingent at White Hart Lane, as speculation suggesting Christian Benteke could join compatriots Jan Vertonghen and Mousa Dembele increases.

The Sun report that Aston Villa are determined to hold out for £25m for their top scorer from last season, while Spurs value the striker closer to £20m.

The paltry contribution of Jermaine Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor in the Premier League last season - a combined 16 goals - suggests Villas-Boas will have little choice but to invest heavily in an established forward to avoid the club repeating their shortcomings of last season.

Chadli and Benteke could also be joined by Standard Liege defender Daniel Opare, who recently declared he would jump at the chance to join Spurs after being linked with a move to Villas-Boas' side.

Spurs have already shown their intention to spend big during this transfer window having secured the signature of Brazilian midfielder Paulinho for £17m last week.