Tottenham will pursue Marseille winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou once again after the move stalled last month.
It had been reported that Nkoudou was set for a medical at White Hart Lane last month, with Clinton Njie headed to Ligue Un as part of the deal.
However, the move stalled after Marseille president Vincent Labrune resigned.
The club have since appointed Giovanni Ciccolunghi as his replacement, with a sporting director, Gunter Jacob, also drafted in.
The London Evening Standard report that Tottenham will now rekindle their interest in Nkoudou, and expect to push an £11m deal through.
Jonathan Johnson adds that Marseille remain keen on bringing in Njie as part of the deal.
The Cameroon international has struggled in north London since joining last summer, and he failed to score a single goal in his 14 appearances.