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Four teams ready to make offer for unsettled midfielder Lewis Holtby


Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Lewis Holtby is ready to leave White Hart Lane with Crystal Palace, West Ham, Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers all ready to place an offer.

The 23-year-old failed to make an impact in the English Premier League and was very disappointing last season.

Loaned out by Spurs in the January transfer window, his fighting spirit was questioned by Fulham manager Felix Magath in May.

But he is now determined to prove critics wrong with The Daily Mail reporting that he is ready to leave Tottenham Hotspur with four Premier League clubs all ready to add the midfielder to their squad.

Always according to reports, a number of clubs in Germany are also ready to make a move for the player, with Hamburger set to make an official move in the coming days.

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