United poised for audacious Argentine striker bid

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Harry Redknapp has hailed Tottenham Hotspur's "fantastic" performance after the 2-1 north London derby win against Arsenal at White Hart Lane.

Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring before Kyle Walker grabbed the winner with a stunning long range effort - his first goal for Spurs.

The result leaves Arsenal languishing in 14th place after 7 games, while a fourth straight Spurs win sees them move in to 6th with a game in hand.


Elsewhere, Chelsea turned on the style as they hammered Bolton 5-1, with the home side slumping to their fifth consecutive defeat.

Frank Lampard continued to defy his critics, netting a hat-trick of trademark goals, while Daniel Sturridge was also on the score sheet.

Yesterday also saw Fulham hit 6 past a hapless QPR and Swansea secure their second win of the season with a 2-0 victory over Stoke.

Carlos Tevez is said to be meeting Manchester City officials today to discuss his future, amid rumours Real Madrid are readying an offer.

Speculation suggests that the Spanish giants are willing to offer German midfielder Sami Khedira plus cash in exchange for the Argentinian striker.

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is interested in bringing Marko Marin to Anfield in order to add pace and creativity to the squad.

And finally, Sir Alex Ferguson could make an audacious bid for in form Real Madrid and Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain next summer.

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