It’s no secret that Manchester City are in desperate need of wing-backs and with Dani Alves this week joining PSG it seems almost inevitable that City will fork out £50 million for 27-year-old Spurs defender, Kyle Walker. Having successfully worked with Alves at Barcelona, Pep Guardiola will understandably be disappointed not to have got his 

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Tottenham had a great season last year despite having a dreadful summer transfer window in 2016. Moussa Sissoko and Vincent Janssen were abject failures who the club will likely look to move on after just a season. Georges-Kevin N’Koudou is young so may develop but has been just about as underwhelming as Clinton N’Jie who 

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  On the 2nd February 2013 Newcastle had come from behind to defeat Chelsea 3-2 at St James’ Park and the fans had taken affectionately to their new January signing – Moussa Sissoko. The Frenchman produced a dominant display on his home debut, scoring twice and proving a constant threat throughout. Sissoko’s performance against Chelsea 

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If Tottenham Hotspur’s 2016/17 campaign showed us anything it was that Mauricio Pochettino is an incredibly consistent manager and that the North London club lack the depth in key areas to sustain a title challenge right to the very last moments of a season. Spurs’ second place finish was an outstanding achievement yet it also 

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For the big six in English football, finishing top four in the Premier League is the same as surviving relegation. Without Champions League football, clubs suddenly panic, as there is the likelihood of having to sell off their stars, falling behind in the transfer window, and losing out on financial resources. This past season, Chelsea, 

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Over the past few months, Kyle Walker has been the subject of intense transfer speculation. A series of newspaper reports labelled Walker an unsettled member of the Tottenham side, following a falling-out with manager Mauricio Pochettino.   Left out Walker was left out of two huge games at the back end of last season- the 

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Last August saw Moussa Sissoko become Tottenham Hotspur’s joint record signing after a 30 million pound deal saw him swap Tyneside for North London. Spurs landed Sissoko’s much sought-after signature following the Frenchman’s strong performances at Euro 2016. The thinking behind the transfer was obvious. Sissoko looked a strong, attacking midfielder who could both offer 

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Tottenham are eyeing up a bid for Paris Saint Germain’s Serge Aurier, according to The Mirror. Mauricio Pochettino has identified Aurier as a potential replacement for Kyle Walker, who looks set for a White Hart Exit. Manchester City are reportedly close to signing to England international after not being put off by a £50 million 

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Both Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher included Tottenham Hotspur centre-back Toby Alderweireld in their teams of the season recently. It’s not hard to see why – and they certainly won’t be the only ones to do so. Alongside Alderweireld in most similar line-ups sits Chelsea-equivalent David Luiz. In the PFA Premier League Team of the 

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23 year old Harry Kane has stomped the branding of ‘one season wonder’ completely into the ground after overtaking Everton’s Romelu Lukaku as the Premier League’s highest goal scorer. The Hotspur hero has slammed home a whopping 26 goals this season, despite being restricted to only 29 appearances after ligament damage to his ankle. The 

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Tottenham said goodbye to the historic White Hart Lane after playing 2,533 games, and it was a day of celebration as Spurs beat Manchester United 2-1. Goals from Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane sent the Spurs fans in ecstasy as the Red Devils looked like a 89 year old walking a dog—old, sluggish, and lost. 

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After 22 years, it finally happened. Banners saying “St. Totteringham’s Day: CANCELLED” and “Arsene Wenger we want you to stay” filled everything but the away section at White Hart Lane. The North London Derby finished 2-0 to the hosts as Arsenal’s hopes for Champion’s League football crumbled and the fight for the Premier League crown 

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Friday night’s Premier League offering is a London derby that could have huge ramifications for the title race with Tottenham Hotspur making their first trip to West Ham’s London Stadium. The Hammers are all but safe now and have little to play for in their remaining games, whilst Pochettino’s Spurs are looking to build on 

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It has long been known that under Mauricio Pochettino’s stewardship, Tottenham Hotspur have moved above Arsenal in terms of quality. This was illustrated perfectly in Sunday’s North London derby as the hosts cruised to a 2-0 victory which mathematically secured a finish above the Gunners for the first time in Arsene Wenger’s tenure.   The 

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