Tottenham willing to listen to offers for Huddlestone
Tottenham Hotspur will consider offers of £3m for midfielder Tom Huddlestone, with Jake Livermore also understood to be free to leave White Hart Lane, the Daily Mail has reported.
Spurs are said to be unwilling to let the 26-year-old Huddlestone leave the club on loan but will sanction a permanent departure, with both Queens Park Rangers and Fulham thought to be interested in the England international. A move to either London club would mean a reunification with a former Tottenham manager, with Harry Redknapp at Loftus Road and Martin Jol at Craven Cottage.
The Mail claims however that Fulham would prefer to take Huddlestone on loan while QPR would be more open to a full transfer, as Redknapp searches for players to help ensure the R’s Premier League survival.
Huddlestone has been a Tottenham player since 2005, moving from Derby County having played almost 100 games for the Rams. Signed by Jol, Huddlestone has made more than 180 appearances for Spurs, winning the League Cup in 2008 under Redknapp and making four appearances for the senior England side.
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