The 23-year-old striker scored twice against Paris Saint-Germain at the weekend, including a stoppage time equaliser, as struggling Amiens pulled off a remarkable 4-4 draw against the French champions. Indeed, Guirassy played a role in all four Amiens goals and could have had a hat-trick but for the footwork of PSG keeper Keylor Navas.
It took Guirassy’s tally to eight goals for the season and followed on from a strike against Monaco the previous week.
Serhou Guirassy was scouted by Tottenham during Amiens’ 4-4 draw with PSG on Saturday
The 23-year-old striker scored twice against Paris Saint-Germain at the weekend
French sources say Tottenham’s chief scout Brian Carey was in the stands at the Stade de la Licorne on Saturday to look at a number of options and left suitably impressed with Guirassy’s display.
Amiens bought the pacy Guirassy for £5million from Cologne and, with over two years left on his contract, now value the former France U20 international at around £18m. Funds from his sale would provide a vital financial lifeline should they be relegated.
The Frenchman was an option for Brighton and Hove Albion in January while Bournemouth also considered a late bid when Manchester United enquired after Josh King on deadline day. Leicester City, Aston Villa and Celtic have also watched him.
Amiens are second from bottom and five points off Dijon who are in the relegation play-off position.
It is understood that agent Mark McKay of Mercato Sports has the mandate to sell Guirassy.
Leicester City, Aston Villa and Celtic have also watched the ex-France Under 20 international