Spurs were linked with the England U-21 star over the summer, but their interest cooled due to the Seasiders’ valuation of the winger.
Despite his contract being set to expire at the end of the season, the Championship side were holding out for an £8m fee, which eventually saw Tottenham look elsewhere.
But Blackpool are now more receptive to letting their star man leave, and are set to demand a sum close to £5m.
With his current contractual situation, foreign teams could swoop to make a bargain move for Ince, with a small compensation payment enough to free him from his contract at Bloomfield Road.
The Tangerines are desperate to recoup a respectable fee for the wide-man – which would come from a Premier League side.
Tottenham may look to move once again, with Andre Villas-Boas considering making additions to his underperforming attacking line.
Swansea and Newcastle are also keen, but Liverpool could move to snap up their former youth player.
Spurs are also pondering a fresh swoop for Brazilian forward Leandro Damiao.