Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly drawn up a three-man shortlist to replace striker Harry Kane, who is expected to leave this summer.
In recent weeks, speculation surrounding Kane’s future with Spurs has begun to heat up.
It was earlier reported that Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have had two offers rejected by the North London club.
In addition to the Bavarian club, French champions Paris Saint Germain are also believed to be monitoring the situation.
On Monday, it was reported that Bayern officials have traveled to London to hold further talks with Spurs officials.
While Kane’s future remains uncertain, Spurs have reportedly drawn up a three-man shortlist as they begin the search for a potential replacement.
According to British outlet Daily Mail, Nottingham Forest star Brennan Johnson is the first name on Spurs’ shortlist.
Apart from the Wales international, Spurs are also interested in Bayern striker Mathys Tel and Gent’s Gift Orban.
Forest boss Steve Cooper is believed to want to keep Johnson, but Financial Fair Play demands could force the club to sell their most prized asset, but will demand €60m for the 22-year-old, who was rejected in the week passed an offer of 40 million euros from Brentford.
Earlier in the month, Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou spoke about Kane’s future during the club’s pre-season tour of Australia.
The other two strikers, Tel and Orban could be cheaper choices than Johnson.