White Hart Lane striker linked with Stade Louis II move.
AS Monaco will look to lure Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado as they seek to replace Man United bound goal machine Radamel Falcao according to the Daily Telegraph.
White Hart Lane boss Mauricio Pochettino is willing to offload Soldado, who has played just ten minutes of Premier League action thus far this season, as long as they bring in an able replacement for the 29 year old.
Pochettino has set his sights on Premier League duo Danny Welbeck and Wilfried Bony and chairman Daniel Levy is ready to listen to offers of just £13m for Soldado should the north London side capture either of the reported targets.
Tottenham paid Valencia £26m for Soldado a year ago but the experienced marksman proved ineffective in his first campaign, netting just six goals in 28 Premier League appearances of which four were from the penalty spot.
A move to join the cash-rich Ligue 1 side could tempt Soldado, not least as such a switch would secure Champions League action for the Spanish international.
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