Darren Bent rants on Twitter about Spurs chairman

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Darren Bent has launched an outburst against chairman Daniel Levy on social networking site Twitter.

The 25-year-old is desperate to leave Tottenham and has earmarked Sunderland as his prefered destination.

But the clubs are still haggling over the fee and Bent, who has also been linked with Hull City and Stoke City, appears to have voiced his frustrations in a rather unconventional manner.

Writing on his Twitter page, he raged: "Do I wanna go Hull City NO. Do I wanna go Stoke NO.

"Do I wanna go Sunderland YES. So stop f*****g around, Levy."

That Twitter account now appears to have been closed, though, with anyone attempting to visit the page is greeted with a message reading, "This page does not exist."

Neither the club nor the player has released a statement regarding the incident thus far, though officials at White Hart Lane are believed to be launching an internal inquiry into the affair.

Spurs' board member Donna Cullen said in The Sun: "We have put calls in to Darren's agent. We are trying to establish whether the Twitter account is actually Darren's.

"If it does turn out to be Darren, we'll deal with that as an internal matter."

A spokesperson for Umbro, who sponsor Bent, have confirmed the account was genuine.

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