The London Evening Standard have claimed that Queens Park Rangers have made Andros Townsend a loan target for January.
Tottenham rejected a £10m bid for their winger from Southampton over the summer but the 23-year-old has found himself on the periphery this season so far.
He failed to impress on a rare start in the Capital One Cup quarter final win over Newcastle midweek and has started just once in the league this season.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has announced that striker Emmanuel Adebayor has returned from compassionate leave and is in contention for Saturday’s Premier League encounter with Burnley, reports the Guardian.
He is unlikely to start, however, as he is not 100% fit, but Pochettino said: “He’s available. After, we will see if I pick him or not. I’m happy with Ade and how he’s been training. Maybe he’s not 100%, but he’s not fa...More
Tottenham will be aiming to win at White Hart Lane for only the third time in the league this season as they face a Burnley side buoyed by moving out of the drop zone last time out.
Christian Eriksen has been outstanding for Spurs in recent weeks and again produced the goods when it mattered with another dramatic late winner on the road, as they secured all three points away from home with a very late goal for the third time in four ...More
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen believes midfielder Christian Eriksen could be one of the best Premier League players if he can continue his fine form of late, reports Sky Sports.
The two players were together with Dutch Eredivisie side Ajax before making the move to Tottenham, and Eriksen in particular has stood out over the last few weeks of his second season at White Hart Lane, scoring three goals in his last six games. Followin...More
Mauricio Pochettino described Tottenham Hotspur’s 4-0 win over Newcastle in the Carling Cup semi-final as ‘fantastic’, ESPN has reported.
Goals from Nabil Bentaleb, Nacer Chadli, Harry Kane and Roberto Soldado sent Spurs into the semi-finals, where they have been paired with League One Sheffield United, conquerors of Premier League Southampton.
Pochettino insisted Tottenham would take the lower-league opposition seriously and praise...More
Tottenham scored three second-half goals to complete a rout against a misfiring Newcastle side to book their place in the Capital One Cup semi-final, reports BBC Sport.
The hosts took the lead in the 18th minute through midfielder Nabil Bentaleb, who capitalised on a goalkeeper error to steer in a corner. The game remained somewhat competitive leading up to the break, but Tottenham blew Newcastle away in the second-half.
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