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Spurs' forward thinking could lead to January move - reports

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La Liga outfit Sevilla have not given up hope of signing Tottenham Hotspur's attacking midfielder Giovani Dos Santos reports insidefutbol.com.

The 22-year-old Mexican forward was left frustrated that he was unable to complete a move to Spain in the summer transfer window, as he continues to look for regular first-team football.

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp blocked a move to Sevilla, after failing to land his own transfer targets, but the option of a January switch remains a possibility.

After moving to White Hart Lane in the summer of 2008, Dos Santos has struggled to ever really break into the Tottenham first-team, and as such has embarked on a number of loan spells away from north London - most recently at Racing Santander.


 

His impressive performances in Spain last season is believed to have alerted Sevilla to his potential, and the club have already been in touch with Spurs to let them know they will renew their interest in Dos Santos in the mid-season transfer window.

Having been used sparingly so far this season - with his only Tottenham appearances coming in the Europa League and the Carling Cup, it remains to be seen whether Dos Santos can alter Redknapp's perception of him as a fringe player before Sevilla make another bid in January.

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