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Maybe Spurs should bring BACK this £12m striker?

This guy can’t stop scoring in Spain so maybe Harry should consider buying him?

Former West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur striker Freddie Kanoute has revealed that several Premier League clubs are keen on signing him in the summer.
The Mali international has almost single-handedly kept Sevilla in contention for Champions League qualification this season, with his 12 league goals helping the Andalucians remain third in the La Liga table, 15 points behind leaders Barcelona.
And the 31-year-old, who will only have a year remaining on his contract at the end of the season, admits he is flattered that Premier League sides are still interested in securing his services.
“My agent keeps getting calls from English clubs but I have a contract with Sevilla,” he said.
“In England I still have a good reputation which is a good sign and means that people remember the work that I did there.
“I know I will soon begin negotiations to extend my contract but I need to speak to the club’s president and sports director to see the club’s plans and mine.
“I don’t know how many years I have left but I am fine physically and hope to continue for many more years.” (fourfourtwo)

After bringing back Defoe, Keane and Chimbonda maybe Harry would be interested in bringing in another former Spurs player? Kanoute’s time at White Hart Lane was a mixed bag and came to head when he decided he wanted to play in the African Nations Cup, however since he left north London he has gone from strength to strength and has found himself regularly finishing in the top scorers list in La Liga and almost helped his Sevilla side to the title a couple of years back. It appears that now he may be ready to give the Premier League another shot and of course it was Harry himself who brought the Malian to England in the first place, would Spurs fans welcome him back or does the club have more than enough firepower as it is?

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