White Hart Lane boss looks to sign Stamford Bridge and Upton Park heroes.
HARRY REDKNAPP is planning a double summer swoop for Scott Parker and Didier Drogba.
Redknapp infuriated West Ham at the start of the season by trying to buy England midfielder Parker.
But with the Hammers struggling to stay in the Premier League, the Tottenham boss will go back in for the newly crowned Football Writers’ player of the year.
And he wants Parker to play behind Chelsea’s 33-year-old striker Drogba.
SOURCE: Daily Star Sunday
Harry Redknapp will have a busy summer ahead of him as according to most sources the Tottenham boss will on the one hand try to keep the likes of Rafael Van der Vaart, Gareth Bale, Sandro and Luka Modric from leaving whilst also trying to resolve a couple of potential problem areas in his White Hart Lane squad.
Would Didier Drogba really look to leave Chelsea for any other Premier League side? Let alone one of the Blues arch rivals? Seems unlikely. In fact given how long it has taken Fernando Torres to register his first goal for the West London club, it seems likely that Carlo Ancelotti will try his hardest to keep the Ivory Coast international.
Scott Parker may be a more likely capture as it seems likely that England international will leave Upton Park if Avram Grant fails to keep the Hammers from the drop. A move to add the steely midfielder may be due to the drop in form shown by Wilson Palacios but given that the club does have young Brazilian Sandro, perhaps such a move is unnecessary?