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Mike Tyson has offered to provide counselling and support to troubled Paul Gascoigne when he tours the UK.
The 41-year-old said: "I know all about Gazza and I feel I can help him. A lot of top sportsmen have suffered in their private lives, including me, and that is why I want to help.
"I still see him as a superstar and would like to meet him if he feels up for it."
'On a downer'
He has already met England striker, and boxing fan, Wayne Rooney several times.
Their first meeting three years ago was a boost for the young footballer at a time when he was under fire for his aggressive style of play.
Tyson said: "Back in 2005, Wayne Rooney was on a downer and I met him and lifted his spirits.
"I am sure I can do the same for Paul Gascoigne."