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Tottenham to bid for Panathinaikos’ Kapino
- Updated: August 12, 2012
English Premier League club Tottenham are reportedly ready to offer €1.5 million for Panathinaikos goalkeeper Stefanos Kapino.
The 18 year-old shot-stopper is regarded as one of the brightest talents in the Greek game, having already represented his country at senior international level.
A handful of impressive appearances in the Greek Super League have alerted some of Europe’s biggest clubs and Tottenham are the latest to be added to that list.
Various Greek media outlets are reporting however that Panathinaikos won’t let Kapino go for a fee less than €3 million.
They are also ready to offer the player an improved contract that runs until 2016 in an attempt to keep him at the club.
Last year Kapino became the youngst ever player to represent Greece, appearing in a friendly against Romania at the age of 17 years and 241 days.
Meanwhile, Ghana international Quincy Owusu-Abeyie is set to arrive in Athens today to sign a permanent contract with Panathinaikos, after spending last season at the club on-loan from Qatari outfit Al-Sadd Sports Club.