Crouch can leave Spurs for £9million

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Peter Crouch - Tottenham Hotspur News

Tottenham Hotspur would want to recoup the whole £9million if Peter Crouch were the leave the club.

The beanpole striker has been linked with moves to QPR, Sunderland and Newcastle United in recent weeks.

Newcastle are said to be against paying £9m for the 30-year-old who would want a 4-year-deal.

With Harry Redknapp set to reshuffle his striking options at White Hart Lane, the England striker could find himself surplus to requirements.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. get real spurs, how are going to shift any of the deadwood ( required so we can actually buy soe players) if we keep asking stupid money for players we know are complete rubbish. why would modders et al stay when the club has completely failed to capitalise on last seasons succes ( jan transfer window ) we always spend loads when we were rubbish now we actually ok nothing is happnening.. infuriating!!

  2. I cant believe you are selling a player who could lose us valuable points playing against us and is one of only two over 6ft 7 tall and offers the unusual all teams need, Pav would be my pick or i would stay has we are and i will bet with less Toure energy drugs being used our attack will fire.i promise our fans100 percent. Just look how many goals this lot have scored last year you will be amazed Drugba Torres Anelka for Chelsea.

  3. FKNICU YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!! BEST NEWS IVE HAD ALL WEEK/MONTH.. PROBABLY A NICE FELLA, BUT HES LOADED AND HAS GOOD EARNING POTENTIAL, AS FOR HIS FOOTBALLING ABILITY…………………………………………………………………….

  4. If we could get that much for at 30year old then great!
    But if not, he's a great FOURTH option and worth keeping if we can only get a 5m for him.
    Pav might be the one to make way because surely we'd be wanting to sign someone similar but better.

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