The France international is presently on loan at St James’ Park from QPR, but he is expected to be plying his trade with a new club next season even if his parent side gain promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs.
Remy himself has stated his desire to play for a top side, and now it appears that Spurs are keen to offer him a fresh opportunity.
Reports indicate that Tottenham have been discussing a move with the player and are hopeful that he will put pen to paper.
But much depends on Remy’s final decision, with Champions League football – which he will not be able to play at White Hart Lane next term – thought to be a priority.
North London rivals Arsenal are also in the hunt, and could offer him the standard of competition he craves.
Remy has been in excellent form for Newcastle during 2013/14, netting an impressive 14 goals for the midtable club despite having missed a large chunk of the past few months through injury.