Roman Bednar could be leaving West Bromwich Albion this month, with Tottenham Hotspur along with other Premier League clubs interested in the Czech striker, according to his agent, Pavel Zika.
Spurs manager Harry Redknapp is understood to still want another forward at White Hart Lane, despite securing the return to Tottenham of England International Jermaine Defoe from Portsmouth last week and has now set his sights on Bednar.
Zika has confirmed the interest from Spurs, but wouldn’t be drawn as to which other clubs in the Premiership were keen on Bednar, who has 1 cap for the Czech Republic.
“We know of the Tottenham interest, of course, but there are also other Premier League clubs who want Roman,” Zika told iDnes.cz
“I cannot be more specific now.
“In terms of scoring, Bednar has joined players like (Cristiano) Ronaldo, (Frank) Lampard or (Steven) Gerrard, who have scored only a few more goals than him.
“And, as there is always interest in skilful scorers, Bednar's move from West Brom during this transfer window is not ruled out.”
25-year-old Bednar joined the Baggies from SPL side Hearts for £2.3million last summer after spending the previous season on loan at the Hawthorns and was a pivotal figure in the Midlands club winning the Championship last season, scoring 13 goals for West Brom.