Trio of clubs continue battle for Spurs star
Three clubs, Everton, Sunderland and Villa, are reported to have agreed a £8.5m fee for Tottenham`s former Wolves target Tom Huddlestone. - Express & Star
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FORMER Wolves target Tom Huddlestone looks set to leave Spurs, but his price tag has now risen to £8.5 million according to reports in the Express & Star.
Wolves were linked with the midfielder earlier in the summer, but were reportedly priced out of the competition when the valuation reached £6 million.
Vital Wolves Comment: Would have been a great signing but at £8.5 million, I'll let the other clubs battle it out while we find someone not quite so expensive!
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