UEFA Europa League: Tottenham 3-1 Shamrock Rovers Full Match Highlights and Goals
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All the transfer deadline day deals from Tottenham. The club has confirmed the signing of Scott Parker, allowing Jermaine Jenas to move on a season long loan to Aston Villa. Alan Hutton has made a permanent move to Villa with Peter Crouch making a £10m move to Stoke City. Harry Redknapp was left frustrated as his bid for Gary Cahill was rejected by Bolton.

Stoke has completed the signing of England international striker Peter Crouch from Tottenham.

In one of the most dramatic transfers of the transfer deadline, Crouch has signed for Stoke for a club record fee of £10m. The England man has signed a four year deal with the club and completed a busy day of transfer activity leaving White Hart Lane last night.

"These fantastic deals are a statement of this football club's intent," said City's chief executive Tony Scholes after completing the triple transfer swoop.

"The club has made incredible strides forward over the past five years and to attract players of this calibre shows our ambitions as we look to continue that progress this season and beyond that," he added.

Aston Villa has confirmed the double signing of Alan Hutton and Jermaine Jenas from Tottenham.

The two players have left White Hart Lane for Villa Park with Alan Hutton signing for the club for around £3m with Jenas joining Alex McLeish's men on a season long loan. Hutton has signed a three year deal with the club and Villa has an option to sign Jenas in 12 months' time.

"Alan is a player whom I know well. He is an athletic full back in his mid-20s and he has a lot of experience playing at a high level, both internationally with Scotland and with Glasgow Rangers and Tottenham, who are big clubs," Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish said.

"So he fits the bill in terms of having the right temperament to be an important and influential player for Villa. Jermaine is a dynamic midfield player and I feel he will add to the quality of the squad as well" he added.

Tottenham has confirmed the signing of Scott Parker from West Ham,

The north London side has signed the England international for £5.5m, ending a summer long transfer saga. Scott Parker becomes the clubs third significant signing after the arrivals of Brad Friedel and Emmanuel Adebayor and Redknapp is said to be looking to Parker to partner Luka Modric, who stayed with the club despite interest from Chelsea, in the heart of Tottenham's midfield.

However, Harry Redknapp is said to be disappointed he was not able to land Bolton and England defender Gary Cahill.

The Tottenham manager has revealed his frustration he was not able to land the defender after Tottenham looked the clear favourites when Arsenal pulled out of a deal Tuesday. Harry Redknapp has said that the price of the player scuppered a deal.

"Yes, more or less. That was the problem [the valuation of the player] and in the end the deal was just a bit too difficult to do. We would have liked him," Redknapp said.