Spurs chairman Levy in France today to close Remy deal

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is attempting to close a deal for Marseille striker Loic Remy today.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is attempting to close a deal for Marseille striker Loic Remy today.

The Daily Mail says Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is flying to France in the hope of capturing £15million-rated Remy.

Spurs are restructuring their squad after Andre Villas-Boas arrived as Harry Redknapp's replacement and the club earlier this summer and are in need of extra firepower.

Remy has been tracked by the north London club for some time now and Levy is en route to south France to bag one of Europe's hottest talents.

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