Juventus looking to attract Spurs striker

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Talk Sport reported that the Italian media is currently suggesting that Juventus are looking to bring the 30-year old Irish player over in January. 

This would not be the Spurs strikers first time in the Seria A, with Keane already having a season's worth of experience at Inter Milan in 2000.

Keane had a promising return to the North London club in 2009 after his unimpressive spell at Liverpool, with Spurs boss Harry Redknapp making him captain and describing him as a 'terrific player and can make all the difference.'

However, the relationship with the two deteriorated, resulting with Keane being loaned out to Celtic for three months at the end of last season. 

The Irishman has since failed to change his favour at the club, starting only one game this season for the North London club. Reports believe that Keane is eager to prove himself and a chance to play for the Turin club could be just what he needs to resurrect his career. 


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