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Tottenham turn to Kamara as Modric replacement

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By Andrew Tuft

Thursday 09 August 2012

Tottenham Hotspur are preparing for life without Luka Modric as Andre Villas-Boas lines up a move for Partizan Belgrade midfielder Mohamed Kamara, the Daily Mirror has reported.

Despite not yet agreeing a fee for Modric with Real Madrid Spurs are said to be resigned to losing the Croatia international sooner rather than later. The two clubs have been in negotiations for much of the summer and are currently at something of a stalemate, but the Tottenham hierarchy is moving ahead with targets to replace Modric.

Spurs have turned to the 24-year-old Kamara as an alternative to Porto midfielder Joao Moutinho. Kamara would cost in the region of £12m, substantially less than the Portugal international, who the Mirror claim would move for around twice that amount.

Kamara - commonly known as Medo - is a Sierra Leone international who moved to Partizan in 2010. While in Serbia the former HJK Helsinki player has won the league title twice and the Serbian Cup once.

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By Julien on 27 August 2012 at 05:55

Great article on what is ceritanly an interesting transfer, not least because he is obviously a very talented player but also because he is seen to be worth only a38 million (though admittedly Real were trying to offload him in order to reduce the size of their squad) which is less than both Milner and Ozil, and I think he is ceritanly better than the former of those two.On how he will be used, I think he will be played only in the centre, maybe rotating with Huddlestone and Modric over the course of the season. Whilst in Europe he will play in a 4-2-3-1 as the holding player alongside Huddlestone as you say, because a 4-4-2 away against sides in Europe simply doesn't work, as Tottenham proved against Young Boys.

By Ankit on 25 August 2012 at 02:27

vijdam edna krainost kam ciigante i moje bi imate pravo ikakvo ni savetvate da napravim ? da gi izbiem li ? da gi udavim li?ili da gi obgazim a? edinstveniat na4in spored men e obrazovanieto. Taliban4o nas ne ni e strah ako zagubim sledva6tite izbori vajnoto e kakvo 6te napravim prez tozi mandat.Ti priatelyu nai mnogo reva kato zagubihte 6te6e infarkt da polu4i6 i vie polu4ihte 6amar ot balgarite,V mahalata ni bihte s 86 glasa. Ne se pravi na u6tipana moma .A za skobite kakvoiskate nali jelaehte red eto vi red samo 4e skapi revliovci vie ne ste gotovi za tozi red.

By kazimkazim on 11 August 2012 at 15:17

i love u

By rob thfc on 09 August 2012 at 10:35

would rather moutinho or ganso even if they cost more





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