From the Sunday Mirror:
It would rank as the summer's cheekiest move - but Tottenham are set to make an audacious bid to land Ryan Giggs.
The 33-year-old Manchester United star is viewed as the ideal addition to take Martin Jol's young side forward.
Spurs are believed to have made an inquiry for the Welsh international during the January transfer window but the approach was rejected as United pursued honours on three fronts.
United manager Sir Alex Ferguson insisted Giggs stayed. And both he and the player said at the end of the season that Giggs would remain for 2007-08.
Giggs has his eyes set on the club record for appearances set by Sir Bobby Charlton and Fergie realises that even though he may lack the searing pace that was once his hallmark, Giggs still has much to offer to United.
Spurs hope Giggs will see a move south as a challenging finale to a glittering career.