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Liverpool & Spurs plot audacious loan swoop for Spanish sensation

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Liverpool and Tottenham are reportedly leading the race to sign Barcelona striker Bojan.

The Spanish youngster is on the peripheries of the first team at the Nou Camp currently with Lionel Messi, David Villa and Pedro blocking his path to a regular starting berth.

Spanish publication Sport reported earlier this month that Liverpool were considering a €20 million summer move for the out-of-favour 20-year-old and El Mundo Deportivo has since claimed that Spurs and Arsenal are also interested.

Skysports.com reports that Arsenal may be willing to consider a part-exchange deal with Barcelona that would include Bojan - should the Catalan club reignite their interest in Cesc Fabregas - but Liverpool and Spurs are seemingly frontrunners for the starlet.


 

Although they are unwilling to let Bojan leave permanently, Bacra are allegedly prepared to sanction a loan move - says Skysports.com - in order to provide the attacker with more regular competitive football - news that will no doubt alert Spurs and Liverpool.

Both clubs are known to be keen to bring in goalscoring reinforcements when the transfer reopens in June and the acquisition of Bojan would prove to be a coup for either of the Barclays Premier League rivals.

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