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David Marshall linked with Tottenham transfer

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Tottenham are reportedly set to make an £8 million bid for Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall.

The 29-year-old keeper signed a four-year contract with the Welsh club in February. 

But despite making move saves than any other keeper in the Premier League last season, Marshall was unable to save Cardiff from relegation.

Tottenham are looking to bring the Scotland keeper back to the Premier League and, according to the Daily Express, competing with Liverpool and Arsenal for his signature.

With Brad Friedel and Huerolho Gomes on their way out of White Hart Lane this summer, Tottenham are in need for another keeper.

However, Marshall said: "We worked really hard to get here and I've loved my first season in the Premier League. It's the best league in the world, it's where you want to play and we would all miss it.

"But being relegated wouldn't change anything. I've just signed a new contract in February so I'm more than committed to the club."

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