The newspaper further reports Italian side Bologna were also interested for the services of the Kenyan captain but Spurs did not want to let him out on loan.
The 28-year-old joined the North London side from Southampton in 2016 for £11m, going on to make 93 appearances for the club and scored seven goals.
The midfielder qualifies for British citizenship this summer, having moved to Celtic in 2011 from Belgian outfit Germinal Beerschot.
However, Wanyama's exit from Spurs looks imminent after manager Mauricio Pochettino admitted the player “went backwards” during his time with the club, saying they are not a “charity” in regards to playing time.
Wanyama was a key player in his debut season in London, playing in 36 Premier League games for Spurs and starting 35 of those.
Injuries have limited his effectiveness over the past two campaigns as he has managed 31 appearances over that span, starting only 12 times.
With the addition of Tanguy Ndombele and existing midfield resources of Moussa Sissoko, Harry Winks and Eric Dier, Pochettino has plenty of options in the middle of the pitch.
Wanyama still has two years remaining on his current Tottenham contract.