Spurs are thought to have taken Honduran whizkid Anthony Lozano on trial amidst reports that the club have signed the 17-year-old.
The teenage striker has appeared on the Premier League radar after an impressive start to his career back in Honduras, and Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp was thought to be keen on taking a look at the player.
News on the improving youngster taking a trial at the club was widely reported in the British media, but The Sun now claims that a deal is already in-place should Lozano impress sufficiently during his stint in north London.
A forward with a clear eye for goal, Lozano scored three goals in six appearances for club side CD Olimpia. His record is stunning at junior international level, with 11 goals in eight appearance as captain of the U17 national side.
Described as 'the promise of Honduras football', much is expected of Lozano and a move to the Premier League would go some way to growing on that reputation.
Spurs are yet to confirm either the trial or the signing, but Lozano would join Sandro as the second young continental player at the club following his earlier acquisition in the summer.
Fans will hope this move opens the floodgates with just a day until the opening fixture of the season and Redknapp still keen to make additions ahead of a European Cup and top flight challenge.