Tottenham Hotspur are ready to rival the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool for Barcelona midfielder Alex Song, reports the Daily Star.
The Cameroon international has had a torrid time since moving from Arsenal to Spain in the summer of 2012 and Barcelona are preparing to sell him in a cut price deal.
Nou Camp officials are ready to accept as little as £8m for the man they paid £15m for two-years ago - a price that has apparently alerted Tottenham.
Daniel Levy is again looking towards the transfer window in an attempt to break into the top four and qualify for the Champions League.
Always one to sense a bargain, Levy is prepared to forget Song's association with acrch rivals Arsenal and bring him to White Hart Lane.
Manchester United were heavily linked with a move for Song last summer and the Daily Star claim officials from Old Trafford are keeping a close eye on the situation.
Liverpool are looking to add significant strength in depth to their squad after qualifying for the Champions League and would be a much more attractive proposition for Song than either Manchester United or Tottenham.
Tottenham's interest in Song may have been inspired by Chelsea's reported interest in their tough tackling midfielder Paulinho.