Spurs plan shock move for son of United legend

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Tottenham are lining up a move for Notts County goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, according to the Daily Mirror.

It is thought that if Spurs were to tie up a deal for the Schmeichel he would be loaned straight back to his current club Notts County.

Schmeichel began his career with Manchester City but was loaned out several times to gain experience, before finally making his debut in 2007.

However, 23-year-old continued to struggle at City making just one appearance in the 2008-09 season.

In 2009, Schmeichel signed for Notts County where he has been highly impressive as the League Two side look to secure automatic promotion.

Harry Redknapp is known be a keen admirer of the County keeper, who he believes has the potential to cut it at the top level.

With Birmingham City and Blackburn Rovers also rumoured to be interested in signing the keeper, it is believed an offer in the region of £2 million should be enough to secure the players services.

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