Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has flown to Amsterdam to try and conclude a deal for Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen.
A host of Premier League clubs have been tracking the Belgium international, but he has indicated his preference is to move to White Hart Lane.
He has called on Ajax not to stand in his way and to come to agreement with Spurs, and now talks are ongoing - although the two clubs appear to be some way apart in their valuations.
Levy has been pictured by the Dutch media at the Amsterdam ArenA, where he is holding talks, along with Vertonghen's agent Mustapha Nakhli.
Ajax financial director Jeroen Slop and commercial director Henri van der Aat met with Levy to continue talks over the Belgian.