Tottenham’s Dutch summer signing Rafael van der Vaart has indicated that he would one day like to return to previous club Hamburg, before he finishes his playing days, according to the Daly Star.
“My decision to move to London was the best thing to do. I do not regret moving over here, said the Spurs forward.
“We are doing well in the league and Spurs are a top side in the Premier League.
“It is, however, a fact that I want to play for Hamburg again. I have been told I will always be welcome back there.
“I think I will rejoin the club in the future. Last summer I was not handed the chance because the financial circumstances were not right at that point – but maybe in the future they will be.”
Van der Vaart previously played for the German side for three years, from 2005, before joining Real Madrid.
Crouch to end career at Spurs.
Peter Crouch has revealed that he is happy to stay at Tottenham for the rest of his career, according to The People.
Crouch has been an important part of Tottenham’s success this season in the Champions League especially, and feels that he can achieve anything with the north London outfit.
Crouch said: “I’m so happy here that I want to be here for the rest of my career,”
“For a time at Liverpool, I didn’t think I would ever leave there – but eventually felt I had to move on. Here I am so settled and there is no limit to what we can achieve. Unless they kick me out, I’ll be hanging around!
“I haven’t had many injuries and I feel like I can go on for a long, long time – hopefully that will be at Tottenham.”
Moyes to replace Redknapp.
Spurs plan to replace Manager Harry Redknapp with David Moyes, should the current Tottenham boss takeover the England national job, according to Mirror Football.
Redknapp has been linked with taking over from Fabio Capello at England after the next European Championships in 2012, or the World Cup in 2014, having taken Tottenham from relegation zone to Champions League.
But Spurs are reported to have a shortlist which also includes Guus Hiddink and todays opponent, Liverpool Manager Roy Hodgson, but the favourite remains Everton’s Scottish manager, David Moyes.