Spurs boss denies striker move claims

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Harry Redknapp has dismissed suggestions that the arrival of Emmanuel Adebayor will spell the end of Peter Crouch's time with Tottenham.

The north London club are reported to have agreed a deal to bring Adebayor to White Hart Lane on a season-long loan to provide Redknapp with some added forward potency.

This has led to reports claiming Spurs are now looking to offload Crouch, with Stoke having previously been credited with interest in the 30-year-old.

But Redknapp denies the England striker will move - claiming he still has an important role to play for Spurs this season.


"No. Robbie's gone, obviously, but at the movement we are OK and I don't see any movement," said the Spurs boss.

"I keep seeing about Crouchy but I don't know where that's come from. I love Crouchy, there's nothing there as far as I know.

"Jermain is playing at the moment and looking sharp."

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