Tottenham boss Redknapp hopes to land Man City attacker Bellamy for knockdown fee

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is reluctant to spend big on signing Manchester City attacker Craig Bellamy.

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is reluctant to spend big on signing Manchester City attacker Craig Bellamy.

The Mirror says Redknapp is keen to land long-term target Bellamy and hopes City will let him go on the cheap, possibly as little as £3 million, after replacing him with Spanish star David Silva.

Canny Redknapp thinks Bellamy would be perfect for his squad as he chases glory on the domestic and Champions League front - and he would ideally like him signed in time for the qualifiers for Europe.

Bellamy would have a better chance of a regular game at White Hart Lane as City boss Roberto Mancini seems set to pick Silva ahead of him - a squad rotation open that the Welshman may not fancy.

 
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