Harry Redknapp in talks to bring Goodison Park, St James’ Park and Upton Park stars to White Hart Lane.
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Tottenham Hotspur are believed to be willing to make their final moves on Newcastle United forward Andy Carroll, Everton skipper Phil Neville and West Ham United midfielder Scott Parker.
All three players have been linked with moves to White Hart Lane, and all three clubs have denied that their respective players are for sale. Instead, they have all moved to dismiss the possibility of a transfer for their respective assets.
Now The Times reports that Spurs are set to push forward one last time on deadline day to secure the services of the trio.
Despite Newcastle having outright denied any possibility of a move for Carroll on multiple occasions, it is thought that the stance could soften in the summer.
Everyone knows just how much Harry Redknapp loves to spend big in transfer windows and he is it seems a fan of January moves as evidenced with previous Tottenham swoops but he will have his work cut out to complete these ambitious raids.
A move for St James’ Park youngster Carroll has fallen on deaf ears and now Liverpool are also registering their interest in the England international so a bidding war may well ensue in that regard although the Magpies have stated repeatedly they will not sell the Gateshead born marksmann.
Redknapp’s admiration for West Ham war horse Scott Parker is well known and the Hammers are highly unlikely to sell the one player who can keep them from being relegated to the Championship. The 30 year old has been in great form regardless of the Hammers plight and one can see why the White Hart Lane boss would like to snap up the former Chelsea and Newcastle United battler.
A move for Phil Neville may be all the more crucial given the sending off and suspension facing Michael Dawson following yesterday’s defeat at Fulham. The North London club have had horrendous problems with injuries at the back and may feel that the adaptable Everton defender could help give the club strength in depth but do Tottenham really need another full back, after all that is the preferred position of the former Man United veteran.