Barcelona winger Malcom is attracting interest from a host of Chinese Super League, according to AS.
Those clubs are apparently willing to offer 65 million euros for the Brazilian, but the winger is not willing to agitate for a move away from the Camp Nou.
But Tottenham were linked with a swoop for Malcom as recently as October, and they were interested in the pacy winger before he moved to Spain.
So it would make sense that Spurs are hovering around if he cannot force his way into the Barca side, and even though Daniel Levy is not likely to be able to put together a financial package to match what is on offer from China, the increased quality and ambition on offer in the Premier League should convince him to shun the prospect of a switch to Asia.
Mauricio Pochettino was of course unable to make any signings during the summer and he may feel he needs to add another dimension to an attack that has performed admirably so far this season despite the heavy workload.
With Manchester United potentially sniffing around the Argentine, Levy may wish to pull out all the stops to convince his top man to stick around and Malcom would be a good place to start.