Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy would reach a landmark moment in his tenure if he gave the green light for the club to chase Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Jadon Sancho next summer.
According to the Mirror, Spurs are interested in signing the 18-year-old attacker and Premier League clubs Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are also keen.
It is understood that German outfit Dortmund are braced for bids next summer and feel the teenager can become a £100million superstar.
Spurs were reportedly keen on signing the winger when he was at Manchester City as part of a deal for Kyle Walker and look set to reignite their interest after missing out.
But it looks like Sancho would only leave for a fortune and Levy would have to trump any previous Spurs deal by getting out the cheque book to spend big.
Sancho is one of the most highly-rated youngsters in world football right now and is beginning to make a huge impression at Dortmund.
The left-winger has managed a staggering nine assists in just 10 appearances this season, which has led to him earning his first England senior call-up.
Spurs’ club-record signing was the £42million (Telegraph) they spent on defender Davinson Sanchez in 2017, but they would surely have to break their record by a landslide to get anywhere near acquiring Sancho’s services.
Levy is renowned for being a tough negotiator and hasn’t injected colossal money into Spurs compared to their top-six rivals in recent years, but that would have to change to land Sancho.