Tottenham are ready to make a move and head off any interest in goalkeeper Hugo Lloris by offering him a new contract.
The French international arrived in England from Lyon back in 2012, and has established himself as one of the best shotstoppers in the Premier League.
There has been speculation that Lloris could leave Tottenham if they fail to get Champions League football this season, which is looking increasingly likely.
Both Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco have been linked with the 27-year-old in recent months.
According to the Evening Standard, Spurs will offer Lloris a new bumper contract that will extend his stay at White Hart Lane beyond the end of his current deal in 2016.
The paper reports that should Tottenham miss out on the top four once more this season they could come under pressure to sell up, with PSG in particular said to be keen on securing his services.
Lloris cost Spurs £12 million when he arrived from Lyon, but could command a fee in excess of £20 million if the Ligue 1 giants come calling.
Doubts have also been cast over the future of Jan Vertoghen if the north London club don't qualify for the Champions League once more.