Tottenham and Lyon are close to an reaching an agreement for the transfer of Cameroonian striker Clinton N'Jie, according to Sky Sports.
Discussions have been ongoing since the beginning of the week between the north London side and Hubert Fournier's Lyon over the 21-year-old's signature, with the Premier League outfit in search of back-up for England international Harry Kane.
The transfer would cost Tottenham an initial £10 million which would include £3 million in extra payments.
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However, Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has stated that they are in no rush to lose the striker whilst they continue searching for a potential replacement.
The 66-year-old added that they would prefer to sign a replacement before allowing N'Jie to leave the club.
The Cameroon international scored seven goals for the French side in 30 appearances last season during their surge for the Ligue 1 title.
Tim Sherwood's side have also been linked with Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez as they seek to strengthen their forward line with their current crop of forwards - Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado - seemingly heading for the exit door.