According to reports from The Sun UK, Tottenham is gearing up for a last-minute bid to acquire the services of Dominic Solanke, a striker eligible to play for the Super Eagles.
Despite Bournemouth's insistence that the forward is currently not available for sale, Tottenham is prepared to challenge this stance before the closure of the current transfer window.
Since the departure of Harry Kane from the club last summer, Tottenham has yet to find a suitable replacement, and Solanke is emerging as a potential candidate to fill this void for the North London side.
Dominic Solanke, a former prospect of Chelsea and Liverpool, has enjoyed a stellar Premier League campaign, ranking joint third on the top scorers' chart with an impressive tally of 12 goals.
His outstanding performances have garnered attention across the English top flight, with both Arsenal and Chelsea also expressing interest in securing his services.
Newcastle has thrown its hat into the ring, expressing a desire to bring Solanke on board. Eddie Howe, the current Newcastle manager, previously worked with Solanke during his tenure as the manager of Bournemouth.
While Bournemouth is currently not under any obligation to part with their in-form central forward, Solanke's contract with the club has not reached its conclusion. However, a compelling offer might sway the Cherries to consider a transfer before the end of this month.