Tottenham are poised to pull off the shock signing of Egyptian striker Mido. Spurs boss Martin Jol has been on the lookout for attacking
reinforcements since his arrival at White Hart Lane, with Mido prominent in his thoughts for some time.
Despite failing to set the world alight in the Eternal City, Mido was expected to remain in Rome until the summer. However, the forward has seemingly
had a change of heart and has told his official website that a switch to White Hart Lane is imminent.
Tottenham appear to have won the battle to land Egyptian international Mido after the striker pledged to join the club.
The Roma frontman is set to make Tottenham his sixth club in as many years.
The 21-year-old was also the subject of a late bid by Southampton, but he agreed to join Tottenham after talks with the club's sporting director Frank
Tottenham coach Martin Jol had earlier confirmed his interest in Mido, and it is understood that while the negotiations are primarily linked to a loan
deal until the end of the season, a permanent switch has not been ruled out.
Mido is a great player and im sure he will prove himslef in Tottenham.
Tottenham are one of the teams interested, "In fact there are 15 teams in France, England and Spain and two in Italy that are interested in Mido.
So im sure he will add something to the team, but he will need the fans support as well, and a bit of time to know his team mates, when all this is
done he will be 100% a win for the club, to check more about mido and see his goals go and check out egyptianplayers.com they have lots of videos of
medio in all teams he been with.
It may be Mido's 6th club in as many years but I seem to remember Robbie keane had 8 clubs in 5 years or some thing close to that.He just needed to be
at a club that believed in him maybe Mido will turn out similar.
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