Tottenham will have to fork out £30m to sign Callum Wilson from Bournemouth, despite their relegation from the Premier League.
The Cherries were relegated from the top flight, but they have some good players that teams will look to pick up this summer.
One player that is highly likely to leave them because of their relegation is Wilson.
The England striker has been a target for Tottenham for some time now as they search for a backup to Harry Kane.
The Sun had initially reported that he will be made available for just £10m, however, the Northern Echo now reports that Newcastle also wants the striker and they will have to pay £30m to get the deal done because that is what the Cherries will demand.
Spurs have a number of targets to act as a backup to Kane, Wilson is just one of them, but they will struggle to pay that fee for just one player.
The Cherries might slash that fee if the striker cannot find a suitor that will pay that much for him.
This is because Bournemouth will struggle to pay his wages in the English second tier and that might see Spurs land him for less than this asking price.