Tottenham ready to offload flop striker Roberto Soldado to Atletico Madrid

Spurs ready to offload Soldado to Atletico

Tottenham are ready to offload flop striker Roberto Soldado at the end of the season with Tim Sherwood losing faith in the Spain international.

Soldado arrived at Spurs with big expectations after the club shelled out £26million on his services, but he has struggled to adapt to the club’s style, managing just five goals in 21 Premier League games.

And following his horrible miss in Tottenham’s Europa League defeat to Dnipro, Sherwood is reportedly ready to let the 28-year-old move in the summer.

Reports in Spain suggest Atletico Madrid have already made clear their interest in Soldado, with the La Liga club eyeing another forward if they lose star man Diego Costa.

Tottenham know that they will likely make a big loss on the forward, but Atletico could offer about £8million – and Sherwood could accept.

The club are also expected to move on more of their failed summer signings when the transfer window re-opens, with Nacer Chadli and Etienne Capoue both up for sale.

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