Spurs In For What Arsenal Don't Want
It appears that Spurs manager Martin Jol is pondering a move for ex-England player David Beckham.
Jol made his announcement only a short time after Arsene Wenger said he wasn't interested in the player.
'I'll sit down and have a think about it. said Tubby.
'We are well covered on the flanks already. It's a difficult one.
'We've got Wayne Routledge, although he is on loan, plus Hossam Ghaly and Aaron Lennon.'
As usual, Spurs are looking at bringing in a player who has often been linked with Arsenal. Indeed Beckham himself said last term that he would consider a move to Arsenal.
However Wenger see's no reason to bring him, or any other player, to North London.
'I've said already that I will not buy anybody in January, whether that's free or with a fee. I have the number of players I need.' said Wenger.
'For West Brom we made nine changes and won while having several players missing with injury, so why would I buy anyone else?'
'David Beckham's age would not prevent me from buying him but I'm only focused on what we already have this season.'