Sounds good in the headline doesn't it? According to the Mail, and we all know how reliable a source that is, Milos Krasic of Juventus has put two fingers up to Tottenham Hotspurs and, if he comes to England, will link up with Sam Allardyce and West Ham instead.
It's easy to see Krasic's thinking. Tottenham peaked last season and, even then, couldn't qualify for the Champions League. There's only one direction in which Tottenham are heading, and that's backwards. Key members of the squad have left, others seem sure to follow, and 'Arry's tenure at the club may be coming to an end.
Meanwhile, West Ham are on a roll, seem certain to be playing in the best club stadium in London in a couple of years time and, in Allardyce, have a manager with the knack of reviving flagging careers. Some are talking of a season of struggle next year, but if Allardyce gets the pieces of the jigsaw that he is seeking, the Hammers could be the surprise package of 2012-13.