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Aug 21, 2012

Spurs, Liverpool make Johnson enquiries

ESPN understands Tottenham and Liverpool have both approached Manchester City about signing winger Adam Johnson.

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City boss Roberto Mancini confirmed last weekend that Johnson, 25, is surplus to requirements at Eastlands and can move on in search of regular first-team football.

Sunderland have already lodged a £10 million bid for the England international, but he is thought to favour a move to one of the Premier League's bigger sides rather than a return to his native North East.

Spurs and Liverpool fit that profile and a Manchester City source confirmed to ESPN that both "have made enquires for Adam Johnson".

Johnson was one of Mancini's first signings at City, arriving from Middlesbrough in a £7 million deal in January 2010, but has struggled to hold down a place in the side since then - starting just 39 Premier League games in the past two-and-a-half years.

City are keen to offload Johnson as they look to tie up a £5 million deal for Swansea winger Scott Sinclair.

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