Tottenham prepare €35m bid for Argentine international

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Tottenham are set to make a bid of €35 million for Roma forward Erik Lamela, according to the Daily Star.

With the future of Gareth Bale still uncertain, Andre Villas-Boas is desperate to land the Argentine international and the Spurs boss is also closing in on a move for Anzhi star Willian.

And the Roma forward, who scored 15 times for the Italian giants last season, could make the switch to White Hart Lane in the coming days.

According to Corriere dello Sport Roma's sporting director and Lamela's agent are in London to discuss the potential move with Tottenham technical director Franco Baldini.

Spurs will break their transfer record for the third time this summer and will offer the Argentine international a four-year contract to bring him to White Hart Lane.

The 21-year-old will be targeting a place in the Argentina squad for next summer's World Cup and he may now show off his talents in White Hart Lane for the 2013/14 season.

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