Lyon's Tanguy Ndombele has confirmed he will be interested in moving to Tottenham Hotspur, labeling them a 'big club'.
Spurs are said to have opened talks with Lyon over a possible move for one of coach Mauricio Pochettino's main targets, and its believed they close to agreeing on a deal.
Ndombele has but all confirmed a possible move, after saying a deal to the Premier League with Spurs would appeal to him.
"Tottenham are a great team, a big club," he told Telefoot. "They finished fourth in their league and reached the Champions League final.
"They are a big club and what player would not be interested by a big club?. I will concentrate on what I have to do on the pitch, then I'll go on holiday, rest my head and after that I'll try to see what I can do," he added.
Spurs are said to be drawing up a list of possible additions, which include Real Betis playmaker Giovani Lo Celso, Leeds youngster Jack Clarke and Fulham twins Ryan and Steven Sessegnon.
The London-based side had a season to remember, after a run to the Champions League final where they lost to Liverpool.
They also booked a slot in next year's competition, having finished fourth behind Chelsea, Liverpool and eventual winners Manchester City.
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