Tottenham news – Adam denies Bale malice, Kranjcar in Roma link, O’Hara seeks Wolves stay

Adam denies Bale malice.

The Blackpool captain Charlie Adam has come out and insisted that there was no malice intended after injuring Gareth Bale on Saturday. The Spurs player was stretchered off after the incident and left the ground in a protective boot.

Speaking to Sky Sports Adam said: “I just saw the ball and tried to get it. It was never intentional. I never tried to hurt him because he’s a wonderful player and at the end of the day I’d rather see these players on the pitch.”

He also revealed that he had been straight into the dressing room after the game to apologise to Bale.

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O’Hara seeks Wolves stay.

Jamie O’Hara has insisted that he would be willing to stay at Wolves, even if they are relegated from the Premier League. He joined the club on loan from Spurs in January and has thoroughly enjoyed his time at the midlands club.

O’Hara told Sky Sports: “It’s up to the Chairman. If they want to sign me, whether they are in the Premier League or not, that’s up to them. We are really settled at the moment. We are looking at a house to put down some roots. I’d love to stay here because I am enjoying my football.”

He is due back at Spurs at the end of the season but seems to be surplus to requirements.

Kranjcar in Roma link.

Wantaway midfielder Niko Kranjcar could be on his way to Serie A at the end of the season, after reports came out of Italy that the players’ father has held talks with Roma over a possible move.

According to the Corriere dello Sport, Zlatko Kranjcar met with Roma Sporting Director, Walter Sabatini on Saturday to make initial talks. The player has made it clear in recent months that he would favour a move to Serie A.

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