Tottenham scouts were present at Marseille's game against Rennes last week as they monitor Belgium international Michy Batshuayi. Manager Mauricio Pochettino wants options in attack to take some of the workload off Harry Kane. They signed Son Heung-min in the summer but ideally want another recognised centre forward. Saido Berahino is still in their thinking but any deal would be difficult following the summer's fractious dealings with West Bromwich Albion chairman Jeremy Peace. Berahino also has interest from other big Premier League clubs. They like Ayoze Perez at Newcastle but Batshuayi, who has 12 goals in 21 games, is another to be checked out. Tottenham were among nine English clubs to be represented at Rennes last Thursday as Marseille beat the hosts 1-0. Arsenal's Gilles Grimandi was also present while Chelsea, Everton, Aston Villa, Southampton and Manchester United were also represented. United, however, are also looking for potential left backs and checked on Marseille's Benjamin Mendy. Source: Daily Mail.