Tottenham’s in-form striker Harry Kane could be on course to be named Player of the Month for the third consecutive month after being nominated for his impressive scoring antics in March, reports Sky Sports.
The England international, 21, won the January and February awards, and has continue his fine form on to March, where he scored five goals in four games. Kane’s form has seen him represent his country at senior level, while al...More
Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson admits he was wrong to doubt the selection of Tottenham winger Andros Townsend in the England national team, after the 23-year-old scored a brilliant equaliser to rescue a draw for the Three Lions away to Italy in Tuesday’s international friendly, reports Sky Sports.
Merson was critical of England manager Roy Hodgson for selecting Andros Townsend, after the young winger endured a difficult game agains...More
Swansea City’s on-loan midfielder Tom Carroll is out for the rest of the season, after picking up an ankle injury in England U21’s 1-0 win against Czech Republic last week, reports BBC Sport.
The Tottenham youngster netted the only goal of the game, but picked up the injury from scoring it. He could now be out of action for up to six weeks, which would effectively cut his season short. It will be a big blow, as Carroll has impress...More
Burnley manager Sean Dyche admits the Clarets tried to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane on loan at the start of the season, before the England international took the Premier League by storm, reports Sky Sports.
Kane, 21, has enjoyed a brilliant standout campaign for the Londoners, scoring 19 goals in the Premier League to be the current top scorer in the division. His rise to prominence has surprised the majority of people, given...More
England and Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is looking forward to lining up alongside Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane against Italy, having admitted he has been impressed by his new international colleague, BBC Sport has reported.
Kane made his senior international debut as a substitute for Rooney in Friday’s 4-0 win over Lithuania, scoring shortly after entering the match in the second half. He is expected to start fo...More
Sassuolo president Giorgio Squinzi has confirmed rumours that a Premier League club has shown significant interest in striker Simone Zaza, Football Italia has reported.
“There is a concrete manifestation of interest from an English Premier League club for Zaza,” he said. “It is strong interest, though we haven’t discussed financial terms yet.”
The club in question is likely to be Tottenham, with rumours in recent weeks having sug...More
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