Speculation continues over the future of Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon.
Spurs have long been interested in the 17-year-old and are looking to agree a deal for him this summer.
He has linked with other leading clubs, including Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United.
The Express claimed he wants to join Liverpool and that he could end up playing on the left of a front three at Anfield.
But the Mirror reports that a move to Spurs would be more appealing to him because of boss Mauricio Pochettino’s record of developing young players and because it would mean staying in London.
The Mirror also recently claimed Manchester City have entered a race to sign Sessegnon and will battle with United and Spurs.
Sessegnon, who signed a long-term contract at Craven Cottage last summer, scored his 14th goal of the season as Fulham won 2-1 at Derby on Saturday.
Fulham have insisted he is not for sale.