Apparently this former Tottenham player is attracting interest from the north London club after a stunning season in Holland.
A host of Premiership clubs are chasing AZ Alkmaar striker Mounir El Hamdaoui.
The striker only moved to AZ last year for £6 million and is now rated at more than double that fee after hitting 14 goals in just 13 games.
Dutch sources say Everton, Arsenal and former employers Tottenham are all seeking talks with AZ about El Hamdaoui’s situation. (tribalfootball.com)
It’s fair to say that since Mounir left White Hart Lane in 2006 he hasn’t looked back and has gone on to become one of the most feared strikers in the Dutch Eredivisie. His incredible strike rate (20 goals in 30 starts) is all the more impressive given he has managed to do so well at a relatively small club. However AZ apparently won’t sell the Moroccan for less than 10m and that seems a little inflated for the 24 year old. Do Tottenham fans think the club should fork out such a fee on a player who was not deemed worthy of a single first team appearance during his previous stint at the club?
Brand New Feature. (1-10 scale, One = Pure make believe, Ten = is a transfer all but complete)
Mr Comfort’s Likely-ometer: 1/10