Tottenham are chasing the signature of on-loan Parma striker Amauri, according to his agent.
The 30-year-old, who arrived at the Ennio Tardini from parent club Juventus in the January transfer window, has impressed for Parma during his short stay.
The experienced striker has knocked in seven goals for the Italian side, including a double to seal their 2-0 victory at Udinese on Saturday.
Amauri's agent Ernesto Bronzetti claims the striker's performances at the Serie A club have caught the attention of numerous European outfits, including Spurs.
"There are several clubs interested," Bronzetti told Tuttosport.
"There are at least eight bids for him - from England where I can reveal Tottenham (are interested), but also from Spain and Germany."
Bronzetti says Amauri has also attracted interest from other clubs in Serie A, adding: "In Italy there are two clubs on him, one in Rome (Lazio or Roma) and one in Milan (AC or Inter Milan) but I cannot say which."
Amauri has been a revelation at Parma after struggling for goals while at Juve, scoring just five times in the league in 2009 and only once last year.
Bronzetti has revealed Amauri, a Brazilian-born Italy international, will wait until the end of the season before making a decision on his future.
"In Parma, Amauri is proving his worth. He is a champion who has found serenity," added Bronzetti.
"At the end of the season he will decide his next team along with Juventus."