Skysports.com understands Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp watched Loic Remy in action for France against Norway.
Remy is one of the most sought-after players in this summer's transfer window with up to eight Premier League clubs chasing his signature.
West Ham and Liverpool have both expressed an interest in Remy, while the young Frenchman also held talks with Stoke.
However, Spurs are thought to be at the head of the queue for the 23-year-old as Redknapp looks to bring in some quality additions for the challenge of the UEFA Champions League.
Redknapp made a personal check on Remy in Oslo as the striker played 45 minutes of France's 2-1 defeat to Norway.
Along with Redknapp representatives from Everton, Aston Villa, Sunderland, West Ham, Liverpool and Chelsea were also thought to be in attendance to cast an eye over Remy.
Nice are prepared to sell the forward for the right price and, despite interest from elsewhere, Remy is believed to be keen on a move to England.