Kyle Walker has emerged as a shock target for Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain according to reports in France.
The full-back has been a regular for Tottenham over the past three seasons, and has made 96 league appearances for the club since signing in 2009 from Sheffield United.
Qatari-backed Paris Saint-Germain currently look short at full-back following Christophe Jallet's injury - and according to Le Parisien the Tottenham man is viewed as the ideal replacement.
The 23-year-old is under contract at White Hart Lane until 2019 but that hasn't stopped PSG from contemplating a January swoop.
Coach Laurent Blanc is in the market for an experienced full-back who isn't cup-tied in Europe - and Walker fits the bill.
The Tottenham man is unlikely to be keen on a move with a World Cup on the horizon, especially given that he would likely be behind Gregory van der Wiel, who is currently Blanc's first-choice right back.
Given that Spurs look short of options at full-back, they are unlikely to be receptive to any offer for Walker.