Striker Loic Remy has called on Nice to drop his price tag to allow him to make the move to Tottenham.
Frenchman Remy had been linked with a switch to Stoke, but Nice could not agree a fee with the club after the forward visited their training ground last week.
A scout from Spurs went to watch Remy in action for Nice at the weekend, but the London club are apparently only willing to sign the striker if the French outfit drop their asking price.
While West Ham, Sunderland and Liverpool are also reportedly interested in Remy, the 23-year-old has set his sights on a move to White Hart Lane, and is hoping his current Ligue 1 club will lower his reported £14million valuation.
"A move to Spurs would be interesting," Remy told the Daily Star.
"Stoke is not the move that I want. Nice is in real need of money and it should be adaptable with the price to help sell me."
It is understood the only club close to offering the fee that Nice are asking for the striker are French side Rennes, but Remy would prefer to make a move across the channel.
"I want to go. I really hope there can be an agreement before the end of the month," he added in the Daily Mirror.
"I am interested in England, but there is also a club in France in for me."