Spurs have reportedly been in contact with Jesse Lingard's camp regarding a move for the England international.
Lingard has fallen out of favour at Manchester United following a productive loan spell at West Ham United.
The 29-year-old hasn't started a single Premier League game for the Red Devils this term, with all eight of his appearances coming from the bench.
And according to football.london, Spurs are interested in a move for Lingard, who is out of contract in the summer and therefore available for a free transfer.
As per @AlasdairGold, Tottenham have spoken to Jesse Lingard camp re summer move. Lingard doesn't want to leave Man Utd this month but out of contract at end of season. Was told by OGS he would get chances this season but not materialised.— Simon Stone (@sistoney67) January 11, 2022
The North London club could even look to draft him in this month but a January move may be more difficult and less appealing to Lingard's camp.
West Ham remain keen on the midfielder a year after snapping him up on loan and seeing Lingard excel at the London Stadium.
In 16 Premier League appearances, Lingard scored nine times and assisted a further four as the Hammers finished sixth under David Moyes in the 2020/21 campaign.
Having experienced a difficult period, Lingard rediscovered his best form and returned to the England squad in March when called up again by Gareth Southgate.
After being a stand-by player for the Euro 2020 squad, Lingard struck twice for the Three Lions in the 4-0 World Cup qualifying win over Andorra in September.
He had been promised more minutes by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the West Ham stint but found himself among the substitutes on a regular basis once again.
Lingard has reportedly rejected a new contract offer from his boyhood club and has also been linked with Newcastle United.
His latest cameo appearance came in the unconvincing 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Monday night and Lingard made his mark by rinsing two players in one swift sequence as he shielded the ball in stoppage time.
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