Tottenham are amongst a host of Premier League clubs currently following Juventus striker Fernando Llorente, according to talkSPORT.com.
The former Athletic Bilbao forward has found himself at the bottom of the striking pecking order since his switch to the Serie A champions, and may seek a January exit if matters fail to improve.
Despite only moving to Juventus this summer, Llorente has found himself below the likes of Carlos Tevez, Fabio Quagliarella and Sebastian Giovinco in terms of starting positions, and will be eager to showcase his talents with the World Cup on the horizon.
With Juventus having landed him on a free transfer, they could well make the decision to earn a tidy profit if he is surplus to requirements.
Tottenham are believed to have shown the greatest interest in the Spain international, as he would surely be a perfect match to play alongside fellow countryman Roberto Soldado.
Llorente has so far only managed to play two minutes of competitive football for Juve this season, and no doubt will opt for a transfer sooner rather than later if he remains a bottom-of-the-barrel selection.