Tottenham Hotspur are interested in Italian striker Amauri, according to the player's agent.
The Juventus forward, currently plying his trade on loan at Serie 'A' rivals Parma, is facing an uncertain future at the Stadio Olimpic and a number of clubs have registered their interest in the player.
Spurs are leading the charge from England, although Spanish and German sides are monitoring Amauri's progress according to Ernesto Bronzetti.
"There are several clubs interested. There are at least eight bids for him - from England where I can reveal Tottenham Hotspur (are interested), but also from Spain and Germany," said the agent
"In Italy there are two clubs on him, one in Rome and one in Milan but I cannot say which."
Harry Redknapp was linked with a plethora of strikers in the January transfer window, and is thought to have had enquiries for Giuseppe Rossi, Diego Forlan and Sergio Aguero rebuffed on deadline day.
The White Hart Lane chief is keen to strengthen his ranks in the attacking third, and with Robbie Keane heading for a permanent exit has space in his Spurs squad to add another top striker.
A former Chievo and Palermo forward, 30-year-old Amauri earned his first cap for Italy last year and could offer Tottenham an additional threat should a move be made come the end of the season.
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