Tottenham Hotspur have turned their attention back to one of the most impressive performers at Euro 2012, Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev, the
The newspaper adds that Spurs are attempting to reach a compromise over the fee for Dzagoev with his club, CSKA Moscow, in order to complete the deal before the close of the transfer window on Friday. The Mail adds that Tottenham’s Head Coach, Andre Villas-Boas, now has money to spend following the sale of Luka Modric to Real Madrid.
Dzagoev starred in the early going for Russia at this summer’s European Champions, inspiring his side to a 4-1 victory over the Czech Republic in their first match of the tournament. Dzagoev scored twice in the match but Russia failed to get out of the group stage, drawing their next match with co-hosts Poland and losing to 2004 champions Greece. Greece and the Czechs were the two nations to progress but both were eliminated in the next round by Germany and Portugal respectively.
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