Stamford Bridge hero could cross London to White Hart Lane.
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is set for a tug of war, with Tottenham Hotspur and Galatasaray desperate to land his signature.
The 33-year-old has only one-year left on his current deal and his seen his starting place lost to record signing Fernando Torres.
The Ivory Coast international has been offered a new deal to remain in west London but has told the club he wants better terms.
This has left manager Andre Villas-Boas unsure over Drogba’s future with rivals ready to pounce to snap him up.
“I don’t know what is happening,” he said on Sunday. “Didier knows about our offers and he has made a counter-offer and we are evaluating some things.”
Due to his age and his contract running out the Blues goal-machine could be available for as little as £5million but Chelsea will be wanting closer to £10million.
Spur were linked heavily with a move for Drogba earlier this summer but wage demands meant he was forced to look elsewhere.
Galatasaray will pay whatever the hit-man wants, but he wants to reamin playing at the highest level for as long as possible.
It leaves Drogba left to decide whether he will follow the money to Turkey or remain in London – but which part in London remains to be seen.