Tottenham Close In On £30m Deal For Brazilian Striker Hulk: Nightly Soccer Report
Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas is ready to make an attempt to sign Brazilian striker Hulk on a £30million deal, but the club faces a tough mountain to climb as Zenit St Petersburg want £40million for him.
Villas-Boas is interested in reuniting with Hulk. The Portuguese boss managed Hulk when they were both at Porto. And the striker would fit in perfectly at White Hart Lane with the pending departure of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.
What’s your opinion? Will Tottenham be able to sign Hulk for £30million? Or will Zenit hold on to their player after the window closes?
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Andre Villas-Boas looking to reunite with striker Hulk as Spurs close in on £30m deal — The Mail
- Gareth Bale flies into Spain as Real Madrid transfer moves closer — The Guardian
- Karim Benzema will not leave Real Madrid, says player’s agent — The Mirror
- Fulham fans express anger as BT cameras block view from £750 seats — The Mail
- Arsenal look to land Yohan Cabaye with fresh £20m bid for Newcastle midfielder — The Mirror
- Chelsea have made an offer for Anzhi striker Samuel Eto’o, reveals agent — Metro
- Lee Dixon is the favorite to replace Gareth Southgate as co-commentator on ITV at next World Cup — The Mail
- Mark Hughes set to plunder Manchester City for striker John Guidetti — The Mirror
- Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay ready to unleash great Dane Andreas Cornelius — Wales Online
- Wigan want Newcastle striker Ameobi on loan — Sunderland Echo
- Newcastle must replace Yohan Cabaye with quality, says Alan Pardew — The Mirror
- Crackdown urged on anti-Welsh chants at football matches — Wales Online
- In the Premier League, the beautiful game is turning ugly — The Observer
- Lionel Messi will not travel with Barcelona for Sunday’s Primera Division game at Malaga — Sky Sports
- Gareth Bale price tag a lack of respect to world: Barca’s Martino — Reuters
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