Tottenham move for Malaga striker Rondon

Tottenham Hotspur could exploit rumours of financial problems at La Liga side Malaga by swooping for the club’s Venezuelan striker Salomon Rondon, the Daily Mail has reported.

Malaga are financially backed by Sheikh Al Thani but the Mail claims several players are owed back wages, while Al Thani has also declined to pay off the club’s previous debts. Spanish tax authorities are also said to be investigating payments made on transfers and salaries.

If Tottenham do move for Rondon the deal could see Mexico forward Giovani dos Santos return to Spain as part of the package. Dos Santos played for Barcelona before joining Spurs in 2008 but has failed to impress at White Hart Lane, spending time on loan at Ipswich Town, Racing Santander and Galatasaray.

Rondon has been at Malaga since 2010, joining the club from Las Palmas. In his two years on the Costa del Sol Rondon has netted 27 goals in 72 games. The 22-year-old is also a Venezuela international with more than 20 caps to his name.

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