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Spurs set to win Konoplyanka race

Tottenham are set to edge out Liverpool in the race to sign Ukraine international Yevhen Konoplyanka, according to Dnipro president Ihor Kolomoyskyi.

Yevhen Konoplyanka celebrates after converting his penalty.
Yevhen Konoplyanka celebrates after scoring against Tottenham in the Europa League.

Liverpool came close to agreeing a deal to sign the winger, who has scored against Tottenham in the Europa League this season, towards the end of the January transfer window, and will revisit the move this summer according to a report in the Mirror.

However, they may miss out again, with Kolomoyskyi claiming he is already in advanced talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy and that London life is better than Liverpool.

He told Ukrainian TV station 2+2: “I’m talking with the Tottenham president. He wants Konoplyanka. We’re negotiating and may even be close to signing a contract.

“Liverpool was just some representatives talking on the phone. Talks with Spurs are entirely on another level.

“I do not want to criticise 'Liverpool', but if I was interested in football players, I would have done it a week or two before.

“If Spurs want Konoplyanka, I’d happily sell. London life is better than Liverpool. Spurs’ interest is strong and advanced.

“I talked with Konoplyanka. Of course, he had regrets, but the [move to Liverpool] failed purely due to technical reasons

“I’m ready to let any player leave; we can’t break his sports career. But on the final day, Liverpool failed to do a deal. They failed themselves. It was purely technical reasons.

“I’m ready to let go of any player because we cannot break a career, we cannot break players’ destiny.”

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