Recent reports have suggested that Spurs manager Harry Redknapp has made a move for the out-of-favour Manchester United keeper Ben Foster. The England international has so far experienced a season to forget at having made a string of high-profile errors which have consequently seen him drop down the pecking order at Old Trafford.
Spurs are believed to be in the market for a reserve keeper after Carlo Cudicini suffered severe injuries in a motorcycle crash last November however, the wheeler dealer Redknapp has firmly denied these reports. Redknapp stated:
“I have no idea where this story has come from because we have never made an offer for Ben Foster, let alone had one rejected. He is an England goalkeeper and I cannot see him going somewhere as a number two anyway.”
Although the England keeper has been at the centre of many rumours linking him away from Old Trafford, Redknapp is correct in saying it is unlikely the youngster will move to pastures new unless he can be guaranteed first team football and if Foster is to move it will likely be to a smaller side than Spurs.
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