Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of February 3

Allan JiangTransfers CorrespondentFebruary 3, 2014

Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of February 3

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    You're reading Bleacher Report's Tottenham Hotspur transfer tracker, where you will be updated with all the latest Spurs transfer news, rumours and gossip.

    This slideshow will be updated regularly, so make sure you come back and check the newest information.

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Etienne Capoue

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    Tottenham Hotspur rejected an £8.25 million bid from Napoli for the January transfer of Etienne Capoue, according to David Hytner of The Guardian.

    Spurs boss Tim Sherwood now wants Capoue to remain focused, per Darren Witcoop at the Daily Star.

    Capoue was an unused sub in the 1-1 draw against Hull City after scoring a goal and making two tackles in a cameo role during a 5-1 defeat to Manchester City.

    He must feel so confused.

    What will further irritate Capoue is that his fellow benchwarmer, Lewis Holtby, secured a loan move to Fulham.

Luc Castaignos

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    Twente centre-forward Luc Castaignos was offered to Tottenham Hotspur by a person claiming to represent the Dutch club, per BBC Sport.

    Castaignos, a former Inter Milan player, has scored 12 goals in 20 Eredivisie games this season. 

    He is a 6'2" centre-forward, who can hold the ball up, convert his chances and play in his teammates. He has created 22 goalscoring chances in 20 games. 

Tim Sherwood

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    Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is not happy with manager Tim Sherwood's progress, per Dave Kidd at Mirror Football.

    In Spurs' last two games under Sherwood, they were beaten 5-1 by Manchester City and drew 1-1 with Hull City.

    Sherwood is essentially auditioning for another Premier League job as Levy is trigger-happy when it comes to firing managers.

    According to Jamie Redknapp—whose father, Harry, was fired by Levy—the Spurs chairman "enjoys sacking managers," per Neil McLeman at Mirror Football.

     

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