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Spurs believe Lennon can play a huge part in their plans to challenge for Champions League qualification in the future, but a pounds 5million bid would tempt them.
He used almonds - a favourite of the rodent - to tempt her into cosying up with action figures of Chewie and company.
Filthy-rich Rangers want to make Figo, 35, their marquee signing after the takeover by F1 moguls Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone and they could tempt the former Real Madrid Galactico with pounds 75,000-a-week wages.
The draw at 9/4 with Premier Bet could tempt a few as well.
The Russian billionaire targeted the Brazilian playmaker and the Czech Republic midfielder and was prepared to bankroll a pounds 100m move to tempt Barcelona and Juventus to part with their most prized assets.
They can be bought at 21 with IG and Sporting, which will probably tempt some big hitters despite the hefty downside even for a draw.
Krylya are prepared to tempt Celtic next month with an offer of pounds 2.
AN ``air cannon'' that targets the nose with enticing smells could be used to tempt customers in department stores and shopping centres.