Corluka could still be on way to Spurs as Kaboul departs White Hart Lane

Tottenham have today sold defender Younes Kaboul which would appear to pave the way for Manchester City full-back Vedran Corluka to join the club. It had become pretty clear that Kaboul would indeed leave White Hart Lane this summer after Juande Ramos admitted he was not part of his plans.

The French defender signed a four-year deal this morning at Fratton Park after rejecting a move to both Sunderland and Aston Villa two weeks ago. Now that Spurs have sold Kaboul, City defender Corluka could make his way to North London.

The Croatian international has been linked with a move to Spurs for the past week or so, with reports claiming that he has already passed a medical and signed personal terms at the club.

However, last night City stated that the player would be remaining at Eastlands, which was met with anger from Corluka's agent who said, "Corluka is unhappy at the club and wants to leave City". All a bit confusing if you ask me, but it wouldn't surprise me one bit to see Corluka pulling on a white jersey next season.

 

1 comments:

  1. Very fine......

    on August 25, 2008 at 9:47 PM