Everton have become the latest club to be linked with a move for France striker Loic Remy.
The 23-year-old is regarded as one of the hottest prospects in French football, and a number of Premier League clubs are believed to be after the £13 million hitman.
West Ham had initially led the chase for the Nice hotshot, but Stoke looked to have hijacked the Hammers' bid when Remy flew into England for talks with Tony Pulis.
However, Tottenham are understood to have recently joined the race for his signature, and the former Lyon man admitted that a move to White Hart Lane would appeal to him.
"A move to Spurs would be interesting," he said.
"Stoke is not the move that I want. Nice is in real need of money and it should be adaptable with the price to help sell me.
"I want to go. I really hope there can be an agreement before the end of the month.
"I am interested in England, but there is also a club in France in for me."
Liverpool have also been consistently been linked with a move for Remy, but they will now face competition from their Merseyside rivals as they try to thrash out a deal for the France international.
The Daily Mail reports that David Moyes has now joined the chasing pack, and will fund a bid by offloading Yakubu to West Ham for £8 million.