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Spurs plot 'gifted' Spanish starlet bid after successful scouting trip

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Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly considering a summer move for Real Madrid starlet Sergio Aguza.

The Spanish teenager has been in impressive form for the Castilla team in his homeland, leading to Spurs and other Barclays Premier League taking a look at the player, according to reports.

Blackburn and Fulham are also thought to be monitoring Aguza, with talkSPORT claiming the trio sent scouts to watch the 'gifted midfielder'.

An 18-year-old midfielder who works 'box-to-box', the player's technical ability is thought to have been a key factor in gaining interest from clubs like Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Redknapp isn't afraid to gamble on young talent at White Hart Lane, with the Spurs boss giving chances to several youngsters in the current campaign. Sandro, who impressed in the San Siro against AC Milan on Tuesday, is a prime example.

Brought to the Santiago Bernabeu from Fourth Division side Cornella back in 2008, the starlet is tipped to be a star of the future for both club and country.


 

However, the need for success in the Spanish capital means opportunities could be limited at Madrid, and Spurs have sensed an opportunity to land the promising youngster.

TalkSPORT claims the 'Galacticos' could be tempted by a cash offer, and Tottenham Hptspur could be first to move at the end of the season.

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