Spurs set to miss Rondon – transfer rumour

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In a disappointing turn around, Spurs now look set to miss the signing of Venezuelan international Salomon Rondon to Russian club Rubin Kazan, according to an unverified Italian media source.

Yesterday the news broke that the Malaga striker looked set to join the White Hart Lane ranks as his current club seek to raise funds for debts to both players and other clubs. Today however, the Italian media citing Radio Marca have claimed that Rubin Kazan have submitted a higher bid than the reported £10 million Spurs put forward and are now in pole position to sign the striker.

This information remains speculation at the moment but should it be true and Rondon sign for the Russian club, it would be yet another blow to Spurs in their search for reinforcements up front. Jermain Defoe represents the only senior striker at the club as it stands and moves to sign Emmanuel Adebayor on a permanent basis after his successful loan spell last season have stalled.

Time will tell as to whether chairman Daniel Levy will put an improved offer in for the player, but if this is not the case new manager AVB will surely be running out of options soon as none of the strikers we have been linked or associated with in the transfer window have ever materialised into anything further than speculation.

By @TottenhamMan777

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  1. ITS ABOUT TIME WE CHANGEWD OUR TACTICS INSTEAD OF LEAVING EVERYTHING TO THE LAST SECOND GET IN IST AND GET THE RIGHT MONEY ON THE TABLE INSTEAD OF OTHER CLUBS SCAREING US SHI##### WE SHOULD BE SCAREING THEM SHI##### .

  2. Could anyone please tell me who was the source claiming that Spurs were interested in Salomon Randon? When did Spurs make an offer for this player? Please dont tell me that the information came from the ususal suspects like the Daily Fail, Sun, Mirror, Metro or rags of this ilk who generally get their information 2nd and 3rd hand from overseas. These arseholes link Spurs to every Tom, Dick and Harry World Wide and there isnt an ounce of truth in anything they write whats so ever. The story always ends with the headline that Spurs have been rejected when it was total fabrication/bullshit in the first place.

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