Arsenal & Spurs make £20m striker contact

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Lille striker Moussa Sow is still attracting interest from Arsenal and Tottenham, it has been claimed.

The 25-year-old fired 25 goals in 36 appearances last season as Lille won a domestic double, and he has frequently been linked with a move away from France.

According to talkSPORT, Arsenal and Spurs have both made contact regarding the £20 million-rated hotshot, although Lille are desperate to retain his services this month.

The Ligue 1 champions, though, could be persuaded to sell Sow during the summer, and both Arsenal and Spurs have been tipped to follow up their interest then.

Arsene Wenger and Harry Redknapp have both been exploring the possibility of signing goalscoring reinforcements during the transfer window, and the former has already moved to capture Thierry Henry.

The Gunners are still waiting for the MLS to rubber-stamp Henry's return to the Emirates Stadium, and he is expected to be available for the FA Cup encounter with Leeds.

Spurs, meanwhile, have been linked with Juventus outcast Amauri, while Redknapp would also like to bring Carlos Tevez to White Hart Lane, although concedes it is incredibly unlikely.

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