Davenport on way

Tottenham have decided to sell central defender Calum Davenport - a move that will alert Canaries boss Nigel Worthington. Davenport spent three months on loan at Carrow Road last season and there will calls for Worthington to try to snap up the former England Under-21 player on a permanent basis.

Tottenham have decided to sell central defender Calum Davenport - a move that will alert Canaries boss Nigel Worthington.

Davenport spent three months on loan at Carrow Road last season and there will calls for Worthington to try to snap up the former England Under-21 player on a permanent basis.

The 23-year-old defender played 15 times for Norwich and impressed. He cost Spurs £1.5million from Coventry two years ago but the White Hart Lane club are believed to be willing to accept about £1million.

Meanwhile, Canaries reject Danny Crow is said to be a target for Premiership new boys Watford.


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Crow was bombed out of Carrow Road last year and was snapped up by League Two side Peterborough where he scored 17 goals last season.

His record and overall impressive form has alerted higher league clubs and Adrian Boothroyd - who worked with Crow during their time together in Norfolk - is keen on adding to his squad for the top flight. Posh boss Barry Fry is understood to want about £250,000.

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