Spurs eye cut-price £6m move for Bellamy?


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Craig Bellamy could be on his way to Tottenham Hotspur this summer according to reports in the Sunday press.

The Mail are reporting that Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is ready to offload any players who do not to work under him.

Spurs are said to be ready to move in a cut-price £6million deal for the Welsh striker, who went out of his way to congratulate Harry Redknapp following Tottenham’s 1-0 win at Eastlands secured Champions League football.

Redknapp tried to bring to Bellamy to White Hart Lane while the forward was at West Ham and it appears as if a return to London could be on the cards.


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  1. His attitude would,nt be a problem for a manager like Harry,but i am concerned about his overall fitness.There are reports about dodgy knees,do we really need this problem.Surely we need more players who can stand the rigours of the modern game over a long season when fighting on many fronts.Ledley king is the exception to the rule but how many players like this can any club afford to sustain.

  2. I like bellamy and I’m certain harry does too, just don’t no where we would fit him in! Not upfront with JD or playin on the left because of bale.

  3. I dont know about his "attitude not being a problem for Harry". How many games did Keane play when he should have been dropped?

  4. Please Harry, use your loaf. We need a first class striker. That's all. Bellamy is a fine player, but injury has always plagued him. We can't possibly need another midfielder, or winger, whatever you call Bellamy. He does not seem to get on with any manager he works with, and we can do without him. Instead of throwiny away £6m, why not splash out whatever is needed on Tevez. What a player. Gives 200% every game and will always score goals. I have read that you will be given a transfer kitty of around £40m, so you will have the money. I hope that it isn't true about Raul either. These are people that MIGHT give us a season at the most, but are not, and can't possibly be, the future. We're almost in the real Champions League, let's keep there for a long time, and we will all benefit.


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