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Spurs ace on triple Turkish radar - reports

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Tottenham Hotspur winger Giovani dos Santos is reportedly on the radar of three Turkish clubs.

Besiktas, Galatasaray and Fenerbache are all keen on the Mexican, according to insidefutbol.com, although a deal will have to be done quickly with their transfer window closing tonight (Monday).

Dos Santos has already voiced his disappointment over not being allowed to leave in the summer transfer window, expressing surprise that Harry Redknapp changed his mind when he thought he was on his way out of White Hart Lane.

"To be honest I already felt at another club, Sevilla, and we had already completed more than 50% of negotiations," he told Sport.

"Almost everything had been agreed but with half an hour to go Spurs changed their minds, something I found very odd.

"I was very surprised Redknapp changed his mind, given that in the three years I've been with Tottenham Hotspur he has not used me or had confidence in me."


 

The 22-year-old has featured ten times for Spurs in the Barclays Premier League since joining the club from Barcelona in 2008, and spent loan spells with Ipswich, Galatasaray and Racing Santander.

A previous stint with Gala would suggest the Aslanlar have an advantage in the race for the player, but any outcome appears possible. The Spurs stance on the player is unknown with just hours left for the player to make a move abroad.

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