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Jun 022011

Tottenham and Everton will battle it out for the signature of Miroslav Klose this summer.

Klose 32 is regarded as one of the greatest strikers the World Cup has ever seen, just one goal behind record holder Ronaldo of Brazil. Klose won the golden boot in 2006 and is available on a free transfer soon as his contract with Bayern Munich comes to an end.

Klose is thought to be keen on a move to the Premiership to end his career and both David Moyes and Harry Redknapp are aware of the situation and see Klose as a top striker with that would also bring some vital experience to the team. It is thought that both managers are set to pounce and Moyes could be ready to make the first move.

Harry Redknapp is keen to make some major changes to his striking options that could help propel Spurs back into the Champions League and we all know Harry loves a bargain. Moyes however looks for a bargain due to limited funds at the Toffees.

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  4 Responses to “Spurs & Everton To Battle It Out For World Cup Star”

  1. Klose, Drogba and Friedel. Wow, Levy’s really counting the pennies.

  2. Dalmaio and falcao or rossi please.

  3. Though Klose has been of poor form in club football of late, due to his ratio of time on the pitch to off the pitch in favour of the bench, I think he would be a great signing for Tottenham, he may emulate the same style of game and prowess as a certain former German Spurs striker of past years.

    Of course I’d love to see someone of Drogba’s ability in a lilywhite shirt, perhaps I’d even go as far as wanting Berba back in the number 9 spot, but these potential transfers are not realistic, with the wage demands of such players.

    Out of Crouch, Pav, Defoe I believe Harry will try to offload the latter. I’m sad to say it but Defoe doesn’t have the quality to start for Tottenham with the current strike forces in competition for a top 4 even 5 finish. However he’s not one to silence his problems (lack of first team football), and with the eventual transfer of Damiao, who will indefinitely claim a place in the starting line up, Defoe will be on the way out.

    This leaves Crouch and Pav. I personally have a lot of time for Pav, he doesn’t get enough time on the pitch, though he can be unconsistent. Yet his impact coming on from the bench is outstanding. Therefore I think he is best to be kept for the Europa League. Crouch on the otherhand has had his time. No club will want to sign him as there are too many players of a higher quality that do the same job, with a cheaper price tag. He should be kept as a back up, and can be given a run out in the early stages of the Carling/League and FA cups.

    With the signing of Klose, Harry has the ability to switch formations without worry. A classic 4-4-2 could be played with Klose and Damiao up top. Or Harry could play the tried and tested 4-4-1-1, VDV filling the attacking mid role with the either new signing filling the lone striker’s spot. Realistic target, proven on an international level, proven in the Bundesliga (probally the closest in style of football to the Premier league), high levels of experience… The only downside is his age.

  4. While i believe klose would be a good signing in the short term if we want to be successful we need another younger striker. what we have missed this season is someone that can finish some of the chances we make, the best example of this was the blackpool away game he someone like klose was in the team we could well have won it.

    klose would also help the development of our younger players like mpoku and obika because of this i would like to see klose come in.

    i would also like to see another bid for aguero.

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