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WIMBLEDON keeper Neil Sullivan is discussing a possible Bosman Ruling switch with Tottenham Hotspur, according to reports in London.

The 30-year-old Scottish international refused to sign a new contract with The Dons and was expected to be moving on even if Terry Burton`s side had stayed in the Premiership.

A move to Tottenham would appear doubtful though as it is unlikely that he would want to play second fiddle to Ian Walker at the North London club.

The connection between the two clubs could be one reason for this link as Spurs goalkeeper Hans Segers was Sullivan`s predecessor between the sticks at Selhurst Park and other former Dons at White Hart Lane include Chris Perry, Oyvind Leonardsen and John Scales.

Sullivan, who has been with the South London side since joining the club as a trainee, was been linked to a move to Manchester United, Chelsea, Newcastle, Liverpool and Celtic during the course of the season but remained tight-lipped about where his future lies.