Spurs prepare for £15m Brazilian midfielder offer - reports

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AC Milan have added Tottenham enforcer Sandro to their list of January transfer targets, as the Italian champions begin the search for new midfield options reports talkSPORT.

The 22-year-old Brazilian star caught San Siro boss Massimiliano Allegri's eye in last season's UEFA Champions League encounter with Tottenham, and is believed to be under consideration for a potential move.

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp will not want to lose Sandro, as he looks to keep his White Hart Lane squad together - with the north Londoners pushing for a return to Europe's top-tier competition next season.

But with an offer of around £15million rumoured to be on the horizon from the Rossoneri, Tottenham may consider selling to the Italian giants.

The summer arrival of Scott Parker looks to be getting the best out of Croatian playmaker Luka Modric in the centre of the park, and with Sandro restricted to appearances from the Spurs bench so far this season, Redknapp and Co. may see Milan's offer as too good to turn down.

The Italian giants are looking to rejuvenate their ageing squad, with Mark van Bommel, Gennaro Gattuso and Clarence Seedorf's long-term future's cast into doubt.

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