Leandro Damiao' s form for Internacional is not likely to demand much attention from big European teams.
Napoli originally wanted Leandro Damiao to replace Edinson Cavani at the Stadio San Paolo.
However they finish the season, Tottenham Hotspur have work to do in the transfer market this summer, and would they consider losing their star man if they could land Moutinho and Damiao as a result?
At the start of January it seemed clear what the Tottenham Hotspur squad required, and some frustrating results in January confirmed that a new striker should be brought in, but once again the window shut without the necessary business being done.
There were plenty of good performances in the 0-0 draw at Loftus Road on Saturday, but both sides looked blunt going forward, and would certainly benefit from signing a striker for the second half of the season.
Andre Villas-Boas has been over reliant on Jermain Defoe all season, with Emmanuel Adebayor struggling to get a run of games due to suspension and injuries. Even if the Togolese striker doesn't go to the African Cup of Nations, Spurs might well look to reinforce their attack this January.
FIFA have block the Ivorian from making a short term move to Chelsea in December, meaning a move makes less sense for the London club. With Benitez installed to help get the best from Torres, moves for the likes of Falcao and Cavani are also less likely, so should they target Damiao to back up the Spaniard instead?
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