Tottenham news – Hoddle: Bale ideal for Barca, Sandro Barcelona link, Harry rubbishes Chelsea talk

Sandro Barcelona link.

After some very impressive displays in the Champions League this season from Sandro Talksport are now reporting that several big name sides are after his signature this summer.

Having signed from Internacional in 2010 he has made an instant impact. Talksport have linked him with a move to Barcelona according to their sources in Spain. It is understood that Guardiola has had his scouts watching him in recent weeks.

However, there are also links to AC Milan, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.

Hoddle: Bale ideal for Barca.

Former player and manager Glenn Hoddle has insisted that after his fantastic season Gareth Bale would be an ideal signing for Barcelona. However, he was quick to state that he should remain at Spurs for the next couple of years to further his development.

Speaking to the Daily Mirror Hoddle said: “I would say he would suit Barcelona. The way Barcelona play with a left-back but don’t play them at left-back, they play with left and right wingers. If he was going to move, it should be in two or three years’ time – mature a little bit more, find out what the game is all about.”

On Sunday night Bale was awarded with the PFA Player of the Year award after some outstanding performances in the Premier League and Champions League.

Harry rubbishes Chelsea link.

Following reports over the weekend linking Harry Redknapp with a move to Chelsea, the Tottenham manager insists there is no truth in the rumours.

In an interview with the Daily Mirror he said: “I don’t take a lot of notice. I just get on with it. It’s speculation. I’ve never spoken to anyone from Chelsea. I’ve got a job to do here. I love it here. I’m happy here.”

Redknapp also insisted that he can still turn Spurs into title contenders with a couple of improvements to his squad.

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