Ex-Tottenham Hotspur striker, Fernando Llorente, has written himself into Spurs history as a cult hero no matter what he decides to do this summer.
The Spaniard was released by Spurs in June after his contract expired, but is yet to join a new club for the start of the season.
It has been widely reported that Spurs did offer the World Cup winner a new contract extension with reduced wages, but they have yet to hear back from Llorente (Standard).
Instead, TeamTalk report that the forward is holding out for a move to Man United this summer, with the Red Devils said to be looking for a target man. This comes after United sold Lukaku to Inter Milan.
Llorente was an unlikely hero for Spurs last season in the Champions League with his late goal against Man City and flick on that led to Moura’s Ajax winner.
Spurs Web Opinion:
I for one would like to see him back at the club for one more season.
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