London calling: And Artur Boruc would happily leave Celtic for Tottenham
The 29-year-old Poland goalkeeper has been linked with a move after four years at Parkhead and has revealed he would 'seriously consider' an offer from Spurs who are rumoured to be ready to table an offer for him.
Any move is reported to be dependent on striker Robbie Keane going in the opposite direction and Boruc said: 'Tottenham are very good and a big club, based in London.
'That would mean I would have to very seriously consider an offer from them.
'No-one has told me anything about this officially. If Celtic wanted to sell me, the manager and the board would tell me, but they haven't.'
However, Boruc put all thoughts of an immediate move from the SPL to the Premier League on hold.
He added: 'No-one has told me anything about this officially. If Celtic wanted to sell me, the manager and the board would tell me, but they haven't.
'Truthfully speaking, I do not believe moving to another club in the winter would be a good idea anyway.
'But there is no point bothering about it because there has been no offer. And I only knew about this a couple of days ago when the goalkeeping coach told me he had read it somewhere.'
Spurs need goalkeeping cover as No 2 Carlo Cudicini is recovering from serious injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident last month.
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