Arsenal & Spurs target set to enter negotiations - reports

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Lille are striving to tie Moussa Sow down to a new contract amid interest from Arsenal and Tottenham, it has been claimed.

The Senegalese striker found the net on 26 occasions last season, and has added another nine goals in France this term.

This potency in front of goal has reportedly attracted both Arsene Wenger and Harry Redknapp, who both are said to have made enquiries for the 25-year-old in the summer.

However, Lille managed to withstand the interest of Arsenal and Spurs then and, according to talkSPORT, the Ligue 1 champions will offer Sow an improved deal.

Sow's current deal at the Stade Lille-Metropole expires in 2013 but his employers are looking to further extend this by two seasons.

It is, though, suggested that Sow is keen on a move to the Barclays Premier League and, should Arsenal or Spurs formalise their interest, he is likely to have his head turned.

Meanwhile, Arsenal and Spurs are both monitoring the situation of Sow's club-mate Eden Hazard.

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