Kaboul was sold to Portsmouth for £4m in 2008 and he has been a bright light in relatively dark season for the south coast club attracting attention from the likes of Sunderland and Man City also.
But according to The Daily Mail Harry Redknapp is looking to beat both to the punch and in doing so will save Pompey £3.5m as they still owe Spurs £2m from the initial deal plus a £1.5m sell on fee.
Kaboul was initially valued at £14m but they have had to slash their asking price and in doing so attracted attention not only from England but also France where Kaboul’s former club Lyon, as well as Lille have taken an interest.
But White Hart Lane may appear to be the most logical move for Pompey as the cash offer will not only help clear some of the debt from the original transfer but also help ease their debt problems from other transfers.
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