The agent of Sulley Muntari has claimed the midfielder is unhappy at Inter Milan and could be ready for a move to Tottenham in the January transfer window.
The former Portsmouth star has failed to hold down a regular first-team spot under new Nerazzurri head coach Rafa Benitez this season.
Now his agent Fabien Piveteau has suggested that the Ghana international is ready to turn his back on Serie A, with North London a possible destination.
Piveteau told Tuttomercatoweb: "I cannot deny that Muntari is unhappy.
"There is no real problem with Inter, but he needs to play regularly.
"Perhaps he was linked with Tottenham because of past his links with Harry Redknapp and he knows Sulley well having worked together at Portsmouth.
"But I can say there is nothing concrete with Tottenham for now.
"We will see what happens. If the situation doesn't change from now until January, then we will have to evaluate it with the possibility of a transfer or maybe a loan deal on the cards."