Tottenham have been offered Bojan Krkic for a cut-price fee of £6m as Barcelona look to offload the striker in the summer transfer window.
Bojan has suffered from disappointing spells at both Roma and AC Milan, and has now returned to former club Barcelona after Roma were unwilling to pay the €28m needed to retain his services.
Tottenham have been linked with Bojan on a few occasions this year, and despite his limited chances in Italy, the Spain international is still seen as possessing plenty of potential, whilst also having plenty of experience playing at the highest level.
And now El Mundo Deportivo reports that he has been offered to Tottenham for £6m, with the north London club seriously interested in taking the bargain striker off Barcelona's hands before pre-season training begins for the Catalan giants.
Tottenham's need to strengthen their attacking line-up has been well documented, with Emanuel Adebayor's future currently up in the air and question marks over Jermain Defoe.
Andre Villas-Boas has admitted there is a need to strengthen the squad this summer and so far the side have reportedly agreed a deal for Brazilian midfielder Paulinho to join the club, possibly as a replacement for Scott Parker.
Tottenham have also been connected to possible deals for David Villa and Roberto Soldado, but in the case of Bojan they would not have to break the bank to bring in a young player who is hoping to use next season as a chance to showcase his qualities.
PSV, Marseille and Real Betis are also believed to be interested in the 24 year old, but recent reports have linked the star with a move to the Premier League as he seeks more playing time.