Having lost striker Mattia Destro to AC Milan Italian side Roma are said to be targeting two of Tottenham Hotspur’s three strikers in Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado, the London Evening Standard is reporting.
Roma’s primary target, Shakhtar Donetsk’s Luiz Adriano, is said to be demanding a salary of £5m a year and has forced them to seek other targets.
That means both Adebayor and Soldado are on their radar – and it is thought...More
Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon is edging closer to a move to Hull City, who are also hopeful of completing a deal for Lokomotiv Moscow star Dame N’Doye, the Hull Daily Mail has reported.
Lennon has been linked with a move to the KC Stadium during the January transfer window after falling almost completely out of favour at Tottenham, making just 17 appearances this season in all competitions and only three starts in the Premier League....More
Tony Pulis will be hoping to extend his unbeaten start as West Bromwich Albion Head Coach as they welcome Champions League hopefuls Tottenham to the Hawthorns.
The manner in which the Baggies went about their business and earned a hard-fought goalless draw at Everton in their last league outing was far from pretty, but it was effective enough to lift them a further point clear of danger and closer to mid-table security.
Tottenham Hotspur have moved to tie down Harry Kane after the striker’s breakthrough season, with ESPN reporting terms have been agreed to keep the youth team product at White Hart Lane until 2020.
Kane signed a new contract with Spurs in August 2014 but has since forced his way into the starting XI of Coach Mauricio Pochettino. Kane has made 32 appearances this season for the London club, scoring 18 goals, having previously been sen...More
After reaching their first cup final in eight years, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his side were fully deserving of their clash against Chelsea at Wembley, reports Sky Sports.
Tottenham progressed from the two-legged semi-final by beating Sheffield United 3-2 on aggregate. Their second leg clash nearly went to extra time after the Blades mounted an incredible comeback, but a late goal from the Londoners broke United ...More
After popping up with yet another late goal against Sheffield United, which sent Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final to face Chelsea, Christian Eriksen has told his team to “just give me the ball”, reports BBC Sport.
The Danish international scored twice against Sheffield United, the first goal from a free-kick, and the second a low finish from close range that went in via the post. Eriksen has popped up late with a lot of goals t...More
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