Spurs prepare €18.7m Brazilian bid - reports

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Tottenham will reportedly make an improved offer for Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao before Wednesday's transfer deadline.

According to, the north London club are set to bid €18.7 million for the 22-year-old, having seen an approach rebuffed by Internacional earlier in the summer.

Spurs have been keeping tabs on Damiao for over a year, and Harry Redknapp was on hand to watch the youngster at close quarters in March when Brazil beat Scotland and the Emirates Stadium.

The Spurs boss has already added Emmanuel Adebayor to his forward ranks during this summer, but is keen to bring another goalscoring option to White Hart Lane and, it would appear, Damiao could be just the man.


Spurs, meanwhile, have also been linked with Manchester City's Craig Bellamy, who is being pursued by Liverpool.

Reports on Monday claimed the Wales international would opt to join Spurs rather than secure a return to Anfield.

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