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Spurs make last gasp offer for former United star

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Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp has confirmed the club have bid for Phil Neville.

The former England international has emerged as a Spurs target in the later stages of the transfer window, with Redknapp keen to bring the experienced full back to White Hard Lane.

Speaking to SkySports earlier today, Redknapp confirmed that Tottenham Hotspur had made contact with David Moyes over a switch for the 34-year-old.

"We have made an offer to Everton - it is up to Everton, if David (Moyes) doesn't want to sell him or he doesn't accept it, then that's fine," said Redknapp.

The Spurs boss was questioned in the day over a number of potential striker moves, but denied the club were going to sign anyone from La Liga.

"That is the only one if anything was going to happen, it's a possibility but I doubt very much whether they'll be any business at all from us tonight really," Redknapp continued.


 

Sergio Aguero and Diego Forlan were both linked with north London moves earlier in the day, but it now appears Spurs have been unsuccessful in their efforts to add anyone.

Neville, who spent 11 years with Manchester United before leaving Old Trafford for Goodison, has been quiet on the speculation but the lure of Champions League football with Tottenham Hotspur could be tempting for the veteran.

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