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Holtby training with Fulham ahead of move

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Tottenham star, Lewis Holtby, looks poised to joint Fulham, and has been training with the first team, according to Sky Sports.

The deal is expected to be initially a loan, with a view to make the move permanent, the Daily Mirror claimed late last night.

Spurs could make a considerable profit on Holtby - providing the move becomes permanent - with the midfielder having a price of £8million attached.

Holtby arrived last January for a fee of £1.5million, coming in from Schalke he initially enjoyed a run in the first team, and was held in high regard by the fans.

However, the German international has found his playing time at White Hart Lane reduced, with Spurs bringing in a influx of midfielders over the summer.

According to the Daily Mail, Holtby will be earning up to £70,000-a-week, when the move to Fulham is completed.

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