Spurs offer ‘attractive personal terms’ for €6m pair – report

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Tottenham have offered ‘attractive personal terms’ to Marc Bartra and Martin Montoya, according to Metro, with the €6m pair still stalling on contract talks with Barclona.

Last week it was reported that Spurs were keeping tabs on the defensive duo, and now Harry Redknapp is reportedly getting more keen to tie them down before the January transfer window opens.


In Tottenham’s favour, Montoya and Bartra are continuing to stall on contract talks with Barcelona, and the Catalan giants may decide to give up on the pair and allow Spurs to enter into negotiations with them.

Tottenham had chased Gary Cahill to build on their defensive line up in the summer transfer period, but Redknapp was unable to garner a deal with the England international at the last minute.

While Montoya would be a good cover for Tottenham youngster Kyle Walker defensively, Bartra can provide back up for Ledley King, who has suffered numerous injury concerns.

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