Sevilla were the first club to register an interest and lodged a £2.7million bid last week, however, Tottenham then weighed in with a reported £5.4million offer to put the approach of the reigning two-time UEFA Cup champions in the shade.
Hertha general manager Dieter Hoeness said: "We have accepted the offer from England and now the club and the player must reach an agreement."
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