Bayern Munich could be set to make a shock bid for Spurs striker Harry Kane at the end of the season, according to The Sun on Sunday.
Kane has scored six goals for club and country this year, after netting 32 in all competitions last season.
The Sun has reported that the Bundesliga champions Bayern have already watched the 22-year-old three times recently, and are set to make a bid for the striker next summer.
Manchester United are also said to be interested in Kane, who despite a slow start to the season has found his scoring boots again.
Kane, who came through the Spurs academy and broke into their first team around this time last year, is already considered by many to be an England regular.
Bayern Munich of course already have Robert Lewandoski and Thomas Muller as strikers, amongst others.
Manchester United, however, are not so well-stocked in the forward positions, and might consider a hefty bid for Kane an investment worth making.
The striker is expected to start for Spurs against Aston Villa later today.