North London duo on collision course over England defender

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Tottenham Hotspur will fight it out with Arsenal for the signing of Bolton Wanderers and England defender Gary Cahill.

The Trotters opted to keep the centre-back in the January transfer window after a bid from the Gunners, but the 25-year-old is now expected to move on from the FA Cup semi-finalists at the end of the season.

Spurs, who as well as Arsenal could offer Cahill another taste of European football, are desperate for a defender who can deal with the demands of a full Barclays Premier League season with Ledley King, Michael Dawson and Jonathan Woodgate constantly on the sidelines.


However a stumbling block for both clubs could be Bolton's asking price for the defender, which is £20 million.

Given that, Harry Redknapp is preparing a cash-plus-player deal that could involve Robbie Keane, whose future at White Hart Lane is uncertain, going to the Reebok Stadium as a replacement for the out of contract Johan Elmander.


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