The Frenchman joined Rennes from Lyon in 2020 and has gone on to become one of the more lethal strikers in the French top flight.
He netted 21 Ligue 1 goals last season and has managed eight in 14 games already this campaign, so there is little surprise that interest from bigger clubs has emerged.
French publication Media Foot report that the Red Devils and Spurs have both been keeping a close eye on the striker and are considering moves for him, potentially in January.
Such was Terrier’s form last season that Liverpool were also linked with his services over the summer when Sadio Mane left the club, but they brought in Darwin Nunez and have now signed Cody Gakpo as well.
Terrier has earned some notable praise from one of the greatest French forwards of all-time, with Thierry Henry backing him to make it to the World Cup in Didier Deschamps’ France squad, although the Arsenal legend didn’t get what he wanted.
‘We have seen other players get called up to the French national side, or other international sides, for less than what he’s done,’ Henry said of Terrier, who is yet to make his debut for France.
‘There are lots of players to choose from, it’s not easy for Didier Deschamps. Is it deserved? I would prefer to say that, if he does get selected, it won’t be undeserved.
‘I like this player a lot. In any case, well done to him for what he’s done this season, even if it’s not yet over. The amount of goals he’s scored no one would have predicted at the start of the season, not even him.’
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