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Aug 6, 2007

Sunderland confirm offer for Spurs' Mido

Sunderland manager Roy Keane has confirmed the club have made a bid for Tottenham striker Mido.

The Egypt striker had looked set to join Birmingham for £6million until the deal fell through, with Blues boss Steve Bruce citing the player's insistence upon different clauses being inserted to his contract.

But Keane, who has struggled to acquire the quality of players he desires so far this summer, has revealed he is now pursuing the frontman - who is also thought to be a target of fellow Premiership club Fulham.

'We have made an offer to Spurs for Mido,' he told the Daily Express.

'He is a player I would like to speak to and to bring to this club.

'Trying to get these sort of quality players is a challenge, but all I want is the opportunity to speak to the lad. If it doesn't work out then we will move on.'