Sunday, October 31, 2010

Spurs Reject Kranjcar Desperate For Liverpool Move

Niko Kranjcar could be given the chance to kick-start his career with a January transfer to Liverpool.
The Croatia midfielder has indicated he is keen to leave Spurs after falling out of favour at White Hart Lane because of the form of Gareth Bale and summer signing Rafael van der Vaart. According to the Times, he could get his wish to move on after Liverpool asked about his availability. Reds boss Roy Hodgson has made it clear he intends to add to his squad in January and is looking for players capable of slotting into a Premier League side straight away. Kranjcar, 26, fits that profile having played in England since 2006, initially with Portsmouth before making a £2 million switch to Tottenham in 2009. However, a move for Kranjcar would test the commitment of Liverpool's new owners, as Spurs are believed to value him at around £7 million. Newcastle United and Everton are also interested, but Tottenham's asking price is likely to prove too expensive for both clubs.

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