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Spurs swap deal mooted


Filed: Tuesday, 10th June 2008
By: Staff Writer


Anton Ferdinand could be on his way to Tottenham in a swap deal for Aaron Lennon.

Fresh rumours this morning suggest that Spurs are set to capture long-term target Ferdinand, who Alan Curbishley is thought to be prepared to sell.

However the latest twist suggests that England winger Lennon - who joined Spurs from Leeds three years ago - could be coming from North to East London in exchange.

Curbishley is said to be keen on a number of Tottenham players including midfielders Tom Huddlestone, Lennon and striker Darren Bent.

But with veteran Nobby Solano on his way out and doubts over the long-term fitness of both Freddie Ljungberg and Julien Faubert, rumours that Lennon could be on his way to West Ham may not be wide of the mark.

Elsewhere the Daily Mail is linking West Ham with 21-year-old Uruguayan striker Edison Cavani.

The striker scored five goals in his debut season for Palermo last term.



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