3:03 PM EDT, Sat July 04, 2015
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Daniel Levy unwilling to lose money on this marginalized Spurs player

Younes Kaboul doesn't have a future at Spurs, but what future he has is worth £5m to Tottenham's chairman. Younes Kaboul has been in the transfer news a lot lately. Yesterday's rumors suggested that Watford might be taking a long look at him to help bolster their defense, but a recent report says that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy won't let the Frenchman go for cheap. The Guardian is reporting that Daniel Levy is asking £5m for the marginalized central defender, which would equal the amount Spurs paid for him when they bought him back from Portsmouth in 2010. £5m may not sound like a lot...

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