L’Equipe report Tottenham Hotspur have rejected an opening €7million bid from Paris Saint-Germain for midfielder Benjamin Stambouli.
The French source understands Spurs are pushing for a higher fee for the player, and that Daniel Levy believes PSG have the funds available to offer Stambouli a larger deal.
Reports understand Stambouli already has an offer in place from Watford, and should Spurs accept another bid from the French side, the player will have the choice between the two sides.
L’Equipe understand Stambouli is a replacement for Yohan Cabaye, who left the club last week to join Premier League side Crystal Palace.
The source continues to state that the Tottenham midfielder will be offered a four or five year contract by the French giants.