Tottenham To Take Milan Flop On Season-Long Loan

Chris Wright

27th, August 2010


TOTTENHAM chairman Daniel Levy is currently in talks with AC Milan over taking Klaas-Jan Huntelaar on a season-long loan. The deal is thought to include a ‘first refusal’ option once the loan expires, with a £12 million fee being mooted.

The Rossoneri are thought to be keen to flog Huntelaar, who has failed to impress during his year in Italy, with an eye on freeing up room in their squad for a ‘mega-signing’ – i.e. Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Should the Dutch international decide to make the switch to White Hart Lane, his arrival is sure to signal the loan departure of either Robbie Keane (with Newcastle and West Ham said to be sniffing around) or Roman Pavlyuchenko (Liverpool are being touted as potential suitors).

Posted in Serie A, Tottenham Hotspur, Transfers & Rumours

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  1. mizman says:

    pav is good. i’d let robbie keane go on loan so if huntelaar isnt all that keano can come back again

  2. Peter says:

    Keane has to be the fall guy. Used to like him but he’s become wayward since his ill concieved move to Liverpool. Pav, Defoe & Crouch are all ahead of him & frankly Huntelaar is a better option then keane.

  3. AaronLennon says:

    Why the hate for Keane? This man is quality, yet horribly overlooked. He also has amzing versatility. Therefore, I think for us to be a “top four” team and remain that way, we should disregard the wages and keep loyal and quality servants.

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