Tottenham is now monitoring Serhou Guirassy as Premier League interest grows in striker Amiens before the summer transfer window, according to reports.
Guirassy was linked in a January move to Aston Villa while Dean Smith and his relocation team scoured the market to attack reinforcements.
According to reports from the national press last month, Agent Mark McKay was asked to probe potential interest from England and Villa’s response was positive.
Guirassy ended up staying with French Ligue 1 Amiens while Villa brought Mbwanna Samatta from Genk and Borja Baston from Swansea City.
But now there is new speculation about Guirassy’s future with the Daily Mail reports. The Spurs are the last club to rule over him.
They say chief scout Brian Carey was in the stands to see the 23-year-old scoring twice against Paris Saint-Germain over the weekend, including a late draw in the 4-4 draw, and was impressed with what he saw.
The report adds that Villa, Leicester City and Celtic also looked at Guirassy, while Brighton and Bournemouth considered offers in January.
The former French youth national team has scored eight goals in 21 appearances for Amiens relegation candidates this season.
It cost £ 5 million on the Bundelisga side of Cologne and is now said to be worth around £ 18 million with two years remaining to execute its contract.