Spurs striker in line for return home.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Roberto Soldado could be set for an amazing return to Spain in the summer as Atletico Madrid continue to keep an eye on his situation in London, according to Sports Direct News.
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The Spaniard still remains highly rated in his homeland despite failing to impress in England following last summer’s £26m transfer from Valencia.
And with his past goalscoring record in mind, Atletico boss Diego Simeone is reportedly prepared to make an offer to bring him to the club. However, the deal world represent a certain amount of risk for the Atleti coach, though he faces losing star forward Diego Costa at the end of the season, and will therefore need a suitable replacement.
Soldado currently has only five goals to his name for the White Heart Lane outfit, and the majority of those have come from the spot, but his 59 for Valencia in the previous three campaigns could see him given another chance to prove himself back home.
And Soldado may fancy a return to Spain as Emmanuel Adebayor is still currently the favoured choice to lead the Spurs attack.