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Kaboul wanted by Euro giants, says agent

Younes Kaboul's agent claims Juventus are among a host of top European clubs interested in the Tottenham defender if he becomes available this summer. Kaboul, 22, arrived at White Hart Lane last summer but has been out of favour under new head coach Juande Ramos after a series of blunders. 'I know a lot of clubs would like to sign Younes if he became available with Lyon, Marseille, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Lazio all interested in him,' said his agent, Rudy Raba, on skysports.com. Kaboul, the France Under-21 centre-back, featured as a substitute in the Carling Cup final but has only played once since the Wembley victory. Ramos is expected to make changes in the summer ahead of his first full season in charge. Getafe defender Daniel `Cata' Diaz claims Spurs are interested in him, and Ramos has also been linked with goalkeepers such as Carlos Kameni, Samir Handanovic and Heurelho Gomes. Reports in Spain also suggested Samuel Eto'o as a possible Spurs target but the Barcelona striker said: 'Next year I will be at Barcelona. I hope to start next season at my best level because during the last two seasons injuries have affected me.' Ramos has regularly used Aaron Lennon's pace on the right flank and the winger has recently been showing the form to suggest he will be a first-choice player next season. Team-mate Tom Huddlestone said on Spurs TV: 'Aaron has been on fire. Especially myself, the main objective is to get the ball to him because he will take on his full-back. 'With Aaron's pace you know putting it roughly behind the full-back he'll have a chance of getting to it.'