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Former Spurs target 'would consider' move

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Former Tottenham target Ivica Olic expects to sign a new contract with Bayern Munich following his return to fitness, but says he would also accept the decision if he was forced to move clubs.

According to skysports.com, the 31-year-old Croatian is hopeful he will be able to extend his stay at the Allianz Arena, after his current deal expires at the end of the season.

Olic has featured only twice for the Bundesliga giants this season, and missed nearly all of the previous campaign with a cruciate ligament injury, which raises some doubts over his fitness.

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp is a known admirer of Olic, having tried to bring the player to White Hart Lane last summer. And with rumours circulating that Russian hit man Roman Pavlyuchenko is seeking a move away from north London, Olic's availability could cause Tottenham to renew their interest.


 

The former Hamburg striker is confident he can prove his worth to Bayern, but says he would not stuggle to find a new employer if he is told he doesn't have a future in Munich.

"I am finally back fit and I have a great hunger for goals," said Olic. "I am sure I will be able to sign a good new deal with Bayern Munich.

"I would accept if I have to move on. I am a professional and it would not be too difficult to find a new club when you have just left a club like Bayern."

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