The Catalan giants are reportedly willing to let the 30-year old French International leave the Nou Camp for £1.5million. Giuly, a Champions League winner in 2006, has seen himself slip down the pecking order at Barca this season and is now allowed to leave the La Liga title chasers. The classy winger looks a snip at that price which has alerted Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce, who will be looking to make positive additions to his new side. A player of Giuly's experience is no doubt an attractive prospect at a price well within the budget of Big Sam. Yet Martin Jol has also reportedly expressed interest in bringing Giuly to Spurs. The Dutchman is known to be in the market for a winger and has been forced to re-think his options after losing out on his previous target Nani to Manchester United. With both clubs seemingly interested in the player, Barcalona may find themselves getting a better deal then they had bargained for.