Redknapp: I want to keep Gudjohnsen at Spurs

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Harry Redknapp has revealed that he wants to sign Eidur Gudjohnsen on a permanent deal.

The striker, currently on loan from Monaco came off the bench to lead Tottenham to a superb 2-1 win at Stoke.

Redknapp said: “I want to keep him here next year. He’s a real top player and he’s got fantastic ability. With Jermain Defoe out injured he has got a big part to play.

“The chairman did the deal for him and I don’t know the details but we are certainly interested. The rest of the lads like him and they really love playing with him.”

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  1. Well. He’s probably going to get a run in the side to prove whether he’s worth it or not. He’s still got a lot more to do to convince me. I was pleased when we signed him but all I’ve seen him do is stroll round the pitch looking thoroughly disinterested.

  2. There is no doubt that Gudjohnsen made a good impression today and scored a great goal in a very skillful and cool manner. After his display today, it looks as if he still has a lot more to offer to our club. I can therefore understand Harry wanting to keep him at Spurs. Let us see whether he will continue to play well whenever he is given a chance.

  3. There is no doubt that Gudjohnsen made a good impression today and scored a great goal in a very skillful and cool manner. After his display today, it looks as if he still has a lot more to offer to our club. I can therefore understand Harry wanting to keep him at Spurs. Let us see whether he will continue to play well whenever he is given a chance.

  4. He showed what a clever footballer he is when he dummied, leaving the ball for Kranjcar to shoot on the run and score the second goal.

  5. He showed what a clever footballer he is when he dummied, leaving the ball for Kranjcar to shoot on the run and score the second goal.

  6. He's an excellent player. His track record says it all. He's the only one in the team who has won any significant trophies, like the Premier League (both English and Spanish) and the Champions League. And according to Redknapp the players love to play with him. That's not surprising, withnessing his clever link up play and the unselfish dummy for Kranjar. Still, he has not been given full 90 minutes to show what he can really do. Gudjohnsen needs a couple of games (of full 90 minutes) to get into to his very best form.

    I'm more worried about Crouch, who's yet to score this year.

  7. I thought he did a great job yesterday. Found space, moved around, great awareness. Wud love to see him upfront with Pav. Hope Pav is fit for the game with Fulham.

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