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Tottenham linked with Dutch wonderkid

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Feyenoord youngster Jean-Paul Boëtius could be on his way to Tottenham in January, according to the Metro.

The 19-year-old Holland U21 star has been linked with a host of clubs in Europe including Ajax, Napoli and CSKA Moscow, but is said to favour a move to the Premier League.

Boëtius has scored four goals in 20 league games from his position as winger for the Dutch outfit and is the nephew of AC Milan player Urby Emanuelson.

Tottenham are not short of talent in the wide areas, with Andros Townsend, Aaron Lennon, Erik Lamela and Nacer Chadli all competing for starting berths at the north London club, but Spurs are keen on Boëtius and believe he has the potential to be a big talent.

Andre Villas-Boas has been assured of funds by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy in January, with the Portuguese manager keen to make a move for Boetius in particular as soon as possible in order to beat rivals to his signature. 

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