Tottenham had a bid for Scott Parker rejected last summer by West Ham according to reports in the Metro today.
However, the player has since been told that he will be able to leave the East London club this summer if a suitable bid comes in.
According to reports in yesterday’s Sunday Mirror the only bid they have received so far has been from Turkish side Fenerbahce. The English midfielder however rejected the chance to join them in favour of remaining in London.
It is believed that he favours a move to Redknapp’s Spurs and that a bid of £8 million should be enough to take him away from Upton Park.
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Harry: Modric must stay.
Harry Redknapp has again stressed the importance of keeping Croatian midfielder Luka Modric. There is increased speculation linking him with a move to Chelsea of Manchester United.
Speaking to Sky Sports Redknapp said: “For sure we can keep Luca, he is a special player. Of course we have got to keep him – that’s the key. Unless we improve in the summer then you can’t expect to be in the Champions League. We have to keep improving every year because everyone else is going to improve.”
Tottenham have already been linked with various signing this summer but hanging onto their stars appears to be Harry’s main objective.
Woodgate’s future to be decided.
The Mirror has today reported that Jonathan Woodgate has until the end of the month to resolve his future at White Hart Lane. The 31 year old defender only featured once for Spurs last season due to an adductor injury.
He has battled with a groin injury for the last couple of seasons and has been all over the world seeking treatment. His contract ends at the end of June and manager Harry Redknapp has already spoken about the possibility of a pay as you play deal for the former Leeds, Middlesbrough, Newcastle and Real Madrid centre back.
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