English Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspur scouts are keeping close tabs on former Nigeria U-20 star ‘Daddy’ Moses Simon- Ajala, according to British media reports.
Already another Nigeria youngster Musa Yahaya has a pre-contract with the London club and he is currently training with the club’s academy team.
Moses, 19, was first linked with Spurs in April 2013 and he is now valued at about two million pounds, africanFootball.com reports.
And now both British tabloids Mirror and Daily Mail report the scouts of the EPL club were impressed with the AS Trencin winger in both legs of the Slovak club’s unsuccessful Europa League qualifier against Hull City.
Moses, who was at a time reported to have signed for Dutch giants Ajax Amsterdam, has been very impressive since he joined Trenchin in January.
He has scored nine goals in 17 appearances for the club, including seven in his last five league matches.
He failed to make the final cut to the 2013 FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey.
His agent, Tony Harris, is also known to have strong links with Spurs and even arranged for Nigeria World Cup midfielder Reuben Gabriel to train there earlier this year before he finally signed for Belgian club Beveren.