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Tottenham Target Leandro Damião and Roberto Soldado For Next Season: The Nightly EPL

tottenham hotspur Tottenham Target Leandro Damião and Roberto Soldado For Next Season: The Nightly EPL

On the eve of Tottenham Hotspur’s post-season friendly against Jamaica in The Bahamas, Spurs hope to renew their efforts to sign Brazil’s Leandro Damiao as well as Spanish international Roberto Soldado.

At the same time, Tottenham are expected to lose William Gallas (on a free transfer), Scott Parker, Tom Huddlestone and Emmanuel Adebayor according to the report mentioned below in The Guardian newspaper.

While Tottenham have been pursuing striker Damiao for over 12 months, what do you think about Tottenham trying to sign Soldado, the Valencia striker? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:

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