Chelsea and Manchester United are on alert as Tottenham are reportedly prepared to sell Luka Modric this summer.
Modric has been linked with both Chelsea and United since last summer, when the Blues failed with several bids for the playmaker, including one worth around £40million.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has insisted over the past year that the Croatia international is not for sale, but he looks set to face yet another fight to keep both the 26-year-old and team-mate Gareth Bale - who is a target for Barcelona and Real Madrid - at White Hart Lane next season.
And according to Goal.com, Levy is now ready to let Modric quit the club - but he won't allow Bale to leave north London as well.
United are believed to be ready to launch a bid for Modric should they miss out on Lille playmaker Eden Hazard, who is also wanted by Chelsea and Man City.
But according to Tuesday's report, Levy will insist on asking for £40m for the midfielder, who is keen on playing Champions League football next season.
Man City have also been linked with Modric, while reports in Spain over the weekend suggested Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho is also considering a move for the former Dinamo Zagreb star, who last week admitted he was ready to seek a move after next month's European Championships.
"I will decide about my future after the Euros," said Modric.
"I will make the decision where to continue my career. I’m ready for the big tests."