Last Updated: Sun, 25 Nov 2012 11:55
Tottenham could step up their interest in Marseille's Loic Remy after it was revealed the striker could leave for a cut-price fee.
Spurs have long been linked with a move for the France international and reports claim Andre Villas-Boas came close to doing a deal in the summer only for him to stay in France.
However Remy has not been in great form so far this season and has yet to hit the back of the net in the eight games he has played in, fuelling rumours Marseille could let him go on the cheap.
Remy has also had one or two problems on the injury front and he could be available for a cut-price 10 million euros when the window opens again in the new year.
That kind of price is sure to appeal to Spurs, while Chelsea are also in the hunt for a new striker and will be keen at that kind of price.
Marseille have yet to comment but the player's agent Bruno Satin says they will sell in January if their valuation is matched.
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