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Roberto Soldado could leave Tottenham in January

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European heavyweights Internazionale and Atletico Madrid are set to make January moves for Tottenham flop Roberto Soldado, according to the London Evening Standard.

Despite joining for £26 million in the summer of 2013 from Valencia, the Spanish international striker has struggled to find the goalscoring form that he showed for the Spanish side.

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With 12 goals in 40 appearances, the 29-year-old has failed to repay the investment made in him by the north London club and a move away may be best for all concerned.

Atletico and Inter, along with City rivals AC Milan, were rumoured to be interested in the ex-Getafe and Real Madrid forward during the recent transfer window but no deal could be done.

Soldado may need to accept pay cut

A neck injury has not helped Soldado's cause, with Harry Kane getting more opportunities to impress new manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Inter have picked up only five points from their opening three games in Serie A, while Atletico have struggled to continue their impressive form from last season.

However, should they make moves in January, the Evening Standard claim that Soldado would have to take a pay cut but may do so to get regular first team football again.

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