Tottenham could try to re-sign their former academy star Marcus Edwards, reports claim.
The attacking midfielder, 21, has starred in the Portuguese top-flight since joining Vitoria de Guimaraes from Tottenham last year.
Edwards scored against Arsenal in the Europa League earlier this season
He has scored six goals and registered five assists in 23 league appearances, while also finding the back of the net twice in the Europa League this term.
Portuguese outlet A Bola claim Spurs might look to bring Edwards back to north London amid interest in the youngster from Manchester United.
The report adds Edwards exit from Vitoria is inevitable with Tottenham keen to fix the screw-up they made by letting him go.
The former England Under-21 made just one appearance for Spurs as a 75th-minute substitute in a 5-0 EFL Cup win over Gillingham in September 2016.
Edwards could return to England this summer with Man United and former club Tottenham keen
Vitoria are believed to have given Edwards a release clause of 15million when signing him, but Spurs have a 50 per cent sell-on clause so they would only have to pay half that fee.
Edwards previously revealed he left Tottenham for the sake of his career.
He told Record: It is not easy to explain and it was never something that I had possibly imagined possible in the past.
But the truth is that after the possibility came up it wasnt necessary to think too much.
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I needed a project where I could develop my football, settle down and move forward in my career.
Things were not always easy and I think I needed a challenge like that. It was also very important to feel that Vitoria really wanted me.
I felt very desired, and after talking to my family, the decision was easy. And for now, I couldnt be happier for the option I took.