Tottenham are leading the race to land Real Betis midfielder Victor Camarasa, according to Spanish publication Marca.
The 24-year-old is currently on a season-long loan at Cardiff City where he scored a stunning goal against Chelsea on Sunday.
The report in Marca claims that Spurs aren’t the only Premier League club holding an interest.
West Ham United, Everton and Leicester are keen to land the player who has a €24 million release clause.
In 26 appearances for Neil Warnock’s side this season he has netted five goals and contributed three assists.
The Bluebirds would surely like to keep the Spaniard but with his release clause sitting at around £15 million, it would seem unlikely should they return to the second tier.
Tottenham will be keen to add to their midfield ranks as they scour the market for a Moussa Dembele replacement.
The 31-year-old joined Guangzhou back in January.
Camarasa is versatile when it comes to playing in midfield roles and has scored some vital goals for Cardiff this season.
Spurs fans might not know a deal about Camarasa but he would be a decent addition to the squad.
The midfielder will definitely benefit from having had a year sampling the English top-flight at Cardiff.
Camarasa might have to work hard to hold down a place in Mauricio Pochettino’s side, but he will surely fancy that challenge.
He has shown at the Cardiff City Stadium this season that he is more than capable of playing in the Premier League.
His strikes for Cardiff have come against Manchester United, Leicester, Chelsea and West Ham, indicating his willingness to impress in the bigger games.
Spurs fans will hope to land bigger names that Camarasa in the summer, but he would still be a decent addition for Pochettino.