The two North London rivals are understood to be monitoring the OM striker according to the Telegraph, with both Mauricio Pochettino and Arsene Wenger considering the player ahead of a potential January move.
The explosive Batshuayi would be an intriguing alternative option to either Theo Walcott or Olivier Giroud at the Emirates Stadium, while Spurs’ over-reliance on Harry Kane was once again exposed on Saturday as they were defeated 2-1 at home by Newcastle United.
Chelsea have also been tipped to make a move for the Belgium international, with Fichajes [via the Metro] reporting that Jose Mourinho was eyeing the ex-Standard Liege frontman as a potential replacement for out-of-sorts hitman Diego Costa.
However, the three London giants face competition from their city rivals Palace, with The Sun [via Le 10 Sport] reporting on Sunday that Alan Pardew is also eyeing a move for the attacker.
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The report states that the Eagles are ready to offer £15 million to pry the forward away from the Stade Velodrome, although the Metro [as above] have previously noted that OM president Vincent Labrune is looking for £24.5 million for the player, raising doubts about whether Palace’s bid would be accepted.