Spurs plot double swoop as Kranjcar nears exit – reports

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Tottenham will reportedly make summer moves for Gokhan Inler and Gabriel Hauche to compensate for the loss of Niko Kranjcar.

According to Metro, Udinese midfielder Inler and Racing Club de Avellaneda striker Hauche are on the radar of the north London club as they look to bring in reinforcements during the transfer window.

Spurs had always intended to bolster their midfield at the end of the season but a move for Swiss international Inler has allegedly been hastened after Kranjcar revealed he wants to leave White Hart Lane.

It had been expected that the Spurs midfielder would move elsewhere in order to find regular first team football, and the 26-year-old is set to have a meeting with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy and manager Harry Redknapp to discuss a potential move.

“Is there a point of beginning next season as a bit-part player? None whatsoever,' Kranjcar told The Sun.

“I have an agreed meeting with the chairman and manager, it should happen within a week.

“After the meeting I want to have a clear picture about my status.

“I would definitely be interested in moving to Italy. I think I would adapt quickly to Italian football.”


Meanwhile, Spurs are also said to be chasing Argentine hotshot Hauche as Redknapp looks to bring more potent goalscoring options to White Hart Lane.

The 24-year-old is an exciting prospect, and Spurs are likely to have to fight off interest from other clubs if they hope to secure his signature.

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