Kranjcar linked with £6m Spurs exit

Tottenham winger Niko Kranjcar has become the second Croatian to be linked with a move away from White Hart Lane this summer, according to The Sun.

Manager Harry Redknapp first brought the 26-year old to England with Portsmouth in 2006 where he won the FA Cup. He then joined compatriots Luka Modric and Vedran Corluka at Spurs in September 2009 after the clubs agreed a fee in the region of £2.5 million.

However, Kranjcar’s first team opportunities have become limited of late following the fine form of Modric, Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon and the January signing of Steven Pienaar from Everton. Having made just 51 appearances in 2 seasons at the club, the ex-Hajduk Split man could be on his way out of the club with Dinamo Kiev preparing a bid for the player who has scored 10 goals for Spurs.

A fee in the region of £6 million is thought to be enough to tempt Tottenham into selling the player. Werder Bremen and Celtic reportedly moved for the player in January with the Scottish club keen to sign the player on loan but were unable to agree terms. Neil Lennon’s side could be tempted to move for the player again whilst Wolfsburg have also reportedly registered an interest in the player.

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