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Bundesliga beckons for Jose

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

Unsettled Portuguese winger Jose Dominguez is in talks with German side Kaiserslautern.

The 26-year-old former Sporting Lisbon and Birmingham star travelled to the Fritz-Walter Stadion for negotiations on Monday afternoon, and details of the switch are expected to revealed soon.

The diminutive winger has only made two substitute appearances at Spurs this season and has been seeking a move away from White Hart Lane.

Kaiserslautern have made massive strides under new coach Andy Brehme, who took over following the resignation of Otto Rehhagel. The former German international and Inter Milan player, a team-mate of Jurgen Klinsmann at the San Siro, has steered his side into fifth place and wishes to recruit Dominguez to add width and pace on the left hand side of his team.

Dominguez could make his debut in Saturday's match against struggling Freiburg.

Meanwhile, Ian Walker has told the Evening Standard that he is considering going out on loan to ease the frustration over a lack of first team opportunities. The 29-year-old told the official website last week that he wants to come off the transfer list and added that George Graham was pleased with his decision.

"I want to discuss the possibility of going on loan somewhere in the meantime," said Walker. "I have no idea whether George would consider that, but that is the only other step I can take in order to play some kind of competitive football."

The Standard also reports that George is confident that Sol Campbell is progressing well following his dislocated shoulder. "He is on schedule. He has been following the advice of a specialist and all his work has been done indoors up until now. But he should be ready now to join in out on the training pitch.

"His presence would give everyone a lift and it would boost the players to see their captain out there."

Log on to the official site on Tuesday for a full update on Sol Campbell’s recovery.