Out-of-favour Chelsea starlet Daniel Sturridge is considering re-uniting with former boss Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham Hotspur, with Spurs set to table a £5 million bid for the forward.
The Portuguese manager took charge of Spurs only recently, but has already been busy in the transfer market, signing Gylfi Sigudsson and closing in on possible deals for the likes of Ajax centre-half Jan Vertonghen, Manchester United youngster Ezekiel Fryers, and Porto ace Joao Moutinho.
The 22-year old, despite his hit-and-miss record, would be great value for the £5 million price that Spurs are offering. Chelsea however are unlikely to sell the talented youngster for such a low bid, and are expected to push their valuation up to double digits.
Sturridge had a frustrating second-half of the season last time around, with the forward’s playing time recuding drastically after Roberto di Matteo’s appointment as manager.
He however was a regular starter when Villas-Boas was at Stamford Bridge, and could be tempted to force an exit in order to move to the ambitious Spurs.