Liverpool and Tottenham will make last-ditch attempts to lure Scott Parker away from West Ham as news filters through that the Hammers have offered their star man a new four year deal, according to the Metro.
West Ham joint-owner David Sullivan has repeatedly insisted Parker, who has won the Hammer of the Year award at the Boleyn Ground the last two year running, is not for sale at any price.
Last week, though, the Irons supremo admitted Spurs had made an offer, which was roundly rejected.
And the Upton Park outfit have responded by reportedly putting a package together which will see the 29-year-old’s wages upped to £70,000 for the next four years.
Spurs and Liverpool, though, will try and trump the Hammers by offering Parker European football but are both unlikely to meet the asking price of around £18 million.
Harry Redknapp is keen to add Parker to his Champions League squad – as he has only been able to bring in Brazilian Sandro thus far while Roy Hodgson sees the former Chelsea man as the ideal replacement for the departing Javier mascherano.
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