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Sunday, 19 December 2010

"He will be 31 next birthday and they will want £15million"

'Arry has conceded that a move for Scotty Parker is not a likely one. Parker has been a shining light in another dark and dismal season at West Ham and letting Scott go would surely see the East London club fall into the second tier of English football, where they belong.

"I like Parker, but he belongs to West Ham. He will be 31 next birthday and they will want £15million.
"Daniel (Levy, chairman) wouldn't buy players of that age, on big wages with no sell-on." said Redknapp with a touch of disappointment at not being able to acquire a long admired target.

A good player, but at 31, the boy's certainly knocking on a bit. 'Arry further spoke on Jamie's future at Spurs, which has seen him spend the season nursing a back injury.

"O'Hara needs to play. He would be better off playing somewhere than not playing," he added. "He would do a good job for someone in the Prem."

I like O'Hara, but would he do a good job at Tottenham? Included in the team sheet every week would be a success for Jamie considering Luka, Palacios, Tommy, Sandro and Niko are all sitting comfortably above him in the pecking order.

His future at Spurs is looking more unstable than West Ham's position in the Premier League, although Redknapp further admitted that Jamie could move to East London to gain the playing time he needs.

Should we look to keep hold of him? Or look into the possibility of a Swap deal and funds for Parker?


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