The People newspaper reported yesterday that Tottenham Hotspur will let winger Aaron Lennon leave the club, but only for a Â£10M price-tag.
Aaron Lennon – available for Â£10M
Lennon, 21, is said to be one of Kevin Keegan’s top targets this summer, and he fits perfectly the profile of players Newcastle are looking for this season.
He’s young, has Premier League experience and he’s an exciting speedy player.
He’s played 82 times for Tottenham, since joining them from his home town team, Leeds United in 2005, and has played 9 times for England since 2006.
It looks like Newcastle will bid for the player, but they were hoping to pay about Â£6M for the winger a week or so ago, so they may need to raise their price a little.
TottenhamÂ sources say he is not on the list of players manager Juande Ramos necessarily wants to unload in the summer, but that’s just talk they will not let him go on the cheap – and we don’t blame them, because Aaron is still an excellent player.
We think he’s be a good buy if we can get for him for around Â£8M.
What do you think?