White Hart Lane outfit offered San Siro man on temporary basis.
Milan have offered Tottenham Klaas-Jan Huntelaar on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent move, according to talkSPORT.
Huntelaar, 27, failed to impress at the San Siro last term and repeat rumours have linked him with a switch away. Spurs manager Harry Redknapp is in the market for a new centre forward and he tried to buy the Netherlands international from Real Madrid last summer before he made the £12.5 million move to Italy.
Chairman Daniel Levy has refused to sanction any bid until Champions League qualification is secured and the temporary offer from Milan has appealed to him. Huntelaar has previously refused to leave the club, but their attempts to land Barcelona star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has forced him towards the exit door. (Goal.com)
Harry Redknapp is apparently a big fan of Dutch international Klaas Jan Huntelaar and the idea of bringing the AC Milan man to White Hart Lane on a loan deal would seem to be a good deal all round. The Tottenham boss is keen to beef up his attacking options, even though he has four top notch front men in his squad and at least a loan move for the 27 year old would be less risky than footing the bill for a big money move for a player who hasn’t been given much of a chance at both the San Siro and the Bernabeu.
Any move for the former Ajax man would probably only be relevant if any of the current crop of strikers is tempted by a move away from the north London club. If none of them leave then perhaps there is no need to bring in another bench warmer.