Fulham striker still in line for return.
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is reportedly readying a deal to bring former striker Dimitar Berbatov back to the club before the end of the January transfer window, according to reports in Sports Direct News.
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Spurs are currently short of options up front as Jermain Defoe has agreed a deal to join MLS outfit Toronto FC at the end of the month, leaving just Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado as their only two regular starting forwards.
The north London club have been linked with a number of top forwards ever since it was announced that Defoe would be heading Stateside with the likes of Mirko Vucinic of Juventus and Barcelona’s Ibrahim Afellay said to be on Tim Sherwood’s radar.
Spurs have also been looking into the possibility of bringing Berbatov back to the club, and now sources close to the club have suggested that they will look to push a deal through before the window slams shut on Friday night.
Chairman Daniel Levy has a reputation for doing deals on deadline day has apparently decided that the former Spurs frontman will be a short term solution to their striking problems this season.