West Bromwich Albion have reportedly placed a £10m price tag on goalkeeper Sam Johnstone amid the interest from Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.
The 28-year-old has been one of the stand-out performers for the Baggies this term, but the club are still on course for relegation to the Championship.
Spurs have held a long-term interest in his services, but they could face competition from United, who are keen on re-signing him.
Aware of the interest, the Baggies have set an asking price of around £10m for Johnstone, who was recently called up by England.
Spurs are lining up Johnstone as a potential long-term replacement for Hugo Lloris, who has just 14 months left on his contract.
United, meanwhile, consider him as a potential competitor to Dean Henderson for the number one role next season.
They are bracing for the departure of David de Gea, who has fallen down the pecking order over the past few months.