Found December 15, 2011 on
A Different League:
Harry Redknapp would love to see Carlos Tevez at White Hart Lane, but admitted a January move for the striker is highly unlikely, the Daily Mail report.
Redknapp is keen to add to his attacking options as Tottenham push for a return to the Champions League, and although he feels it is improbable, Redknapp believes that Tevez fits the bill.
“He is a special player, the type of player who could make the difference, but I wouldn't think that's a real possibility.” However, Redknapp does believe that Daniel Levy would support him with funds if the right player came up.
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