Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has been linked with a move for Venezuelan International Juan Arango, who currently plays for La Liga side Real Mallorca. As the Spurs boss looks to put his ‘wheeler dealer’ reputation into practice at White Hart Lane by searching for some January transfer bargains.
With Redknapp revealing earlier in the week that after a meeting with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy that the Premier League club will not be making any big-money signings in January. Redknapp has had to use his knowledge of the transfer market to search out some deals for the North London club.
This has led the former Portsmouth boss to 28-year-old Arango, who is an attacking-midfielder, with the ability to score goals. Arango has been at Mallorca since joining from Mexican side Puebla in 2004 and has scored 37 goals in 146 La Liga appearances for the Barralets during his four-years at the ONO Estadi.
Arango has less than 18-months remaining on his current contract at the Balearic island club and despite being a pivotal figure for Mallorca coach Gregorio Manzano in helping the club finish 7th in La Liga last season. Is understood to want to test himself in the Premiership.