​Hoffenheim star midfielder Nadiem Amiri, who is a reported January target for a number of ​Premier League clubs, has a release clause of just £15m, according to Sport Bild.

The German tabloid also reports that Tottenham have shown the most interest in acquiring the 21-year-old thus far, although that may change if London rivals Arsenal lose contract rebel Mesut Ozil, with the Gunners viewing Amiri as his possible successor. 

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The report also notes that Amiri has parted with his agent Gordon Stipic and is now being represented by his brother - in what could be another sign that a move away from Hoffenheim is imminent. 

Where the midfielder, who has scored two goals in 12 ​Bundesliga appearances, will go, however, remains far from certain, with The Sun reporting last month that ​Manchester United have also taken an interest in the German youth international. 

According to the report, Arsenal, ​Tottenham and United were all weighing up £20m bids for the 21-year-old. With news of the German's low release clause now breaking, the trio make feel even more inclined to step up their pursuits.

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Amiri, who was involved with the German Under-21's as they won the Euros final last summer, came through the Hoffenheim academy, before he made his Bundesliga debut in a 3-0 away defeat to Wolfsburg in 2015. The attacking midfielder is now a regular for the 8th-placed Bundesliga side. 

​Arsenal are being linked with a host of midfielders, with the futures of both Ozil and Sanchez in serious doubt at the Emirates, a new signing may well be what the Gunners need to reinvigorate what has been a below average campaign thus far.