Not Spurs, obviously.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could well be on the move this summer as his contract talks with Arsenal have stagnated, which has seen a number of clubs register an interest in the player.
The England international had a very positive end to the season and looked like a new player after being deployed as a right-wing-back once Wenger shifted to a three-at-the-back system, and this will have undoubtedly raised his stock as it seemed as though he was struggling to fit in previously.
Sky Sports News have claimed that Chelsea are the latest team to express an interest, after Liverpool and Man City had done so previously in the transfer window.
Chelsea have joined Liverpool and Manchester City in their efforts to sign Arsenal and England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, according to Sky sources.
Talks on a new deal have stalled in recent days, with no official offer yet from Arsenal.
With his contract running down, you would have to assume that the fee would be more on the reasonable side of things than some of the figures we've seen thrown around so far in this window, but at just 23 years of age and being an English international, that may not be the case.
As with every bit of transfer information we receive these days, this could just be his agent looking to sweeten the deal for his new contract, but there does appear to be genuine interest in his services if Arsenal won't cough up the cash.