Celtic striker Kyogo Furuhashi could be the subject of a £30m bid from Tottenham, according to reports in the Scottish media.
The Japanese international has been in sensational form this season, having scored 34 goals in all competitions for the Hoops.
However, it appears Spurs will look to target Kyogo if they do appoint Ange Postecoglou as their next manager in the coming days.
It has been widely reported that the Australian will hold talks with the English Premier League following Celtic’s Scottish Cup final win against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
With doubts over the future of Harry Kane, it is believed Postecoglou could bring Kyogo with him to replace the England captain.
A Scottish record bid for Kyogo
The record amount received by a Scottish club is the £25m that Arsenal paid Celtic for Kieran Tierney in 2019. If the reports about Kyogo are accurate, though, that fee could be eclipsed.
It would be a massive blow if the Hoops lost both their manager and top scorer in the same summer, so we shall see how this story unfolds.