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Tottenham Miss Out On Roberto Soldado After Valencia Demand £25million: Daily Soccer Report

roberto soldado Tottenham Miss Out On Roberto Soldado After Valencia Demand £25million: Daily Soccer Report

Tottenham Hotspur may miss out on signing Valencia striker Roberto Soldado if they’re unwilling to increase their bid for the Spanish footballer.

According to reports in Spanish media, Tottenham Hotspur offered £22million for the 28-year-old striker, but Valencia are demanding £25million. The transfer talks appear to be at a stalemate unless Spurs are willing to offer more.

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has already confirmed that the club is trying to sign Soldado. But after missing out on signing Christian Benteke, what would you do if you were Spurs chairman Daniel Levy? Would you pay the extra £3million to get the player and finally find a striker that Tottenham supporters have been clamoring for throughout the 2012-13 season? Have your say in the comments section below.

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