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Harry Kane says Tottenham have to be near-perfect to finish in top four

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  • ‘We have to win seven or eight to get into Champions League’
  • Spurs’ hopes boosted by key players returning from injury

Harry Kane thinks Tottenham will have to win “seven or eight” of their remaining nine Premier League games if they are to get in the Champions League next season. Spurs’ hopes were in tatters before the season shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic but the three-month hiatus has given them a chance to resurrect their push to finish inside the top four.

Kane, Son Heung-min, Steven Bergwijn – who were all due to miss most of the rest of the season – and Moussa Sissoko are now fully fit for the proposed restart on 17 June. They are still up against it, sitting seven points off fourth-placed Chelsea but have key games against Manchester United, Sheffield United, Arsenal and Leicester, while they will hope that Manchester City’s appeal against their European ban is rejected.

Related: José Mourinho predicts fewer 'crazy' transfers after football returns

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Kane: We'll need seven or eight wins to make top four

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Harry Kane accepts Tottenham will have to win almost all of their remaining Premier League games if they are to finish in the top four this season.

Spurs' Parrot to miss PL restart after appendix surgery

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Tottenham's Troy Parrot will miss the Premier League restart after having surgery to remove his appendix.

Tottenham transfer rumours

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The latest transfer news and gossip on the players linked with Tottenham - and those who could leave the club.

Jose: PL return could be slow-burner

Sky Sports - fre, 29/05/2020 - 22:01
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says the Premier League may take a while to hot up once it resumes next month.

PL optimistic fans will return next season

Sky Sports - fre, 29/05/2020 - 14:00
The Premier League says there is "optimism that we will see fans back in the stadiums next season", but crowds are likely to return "on a phased basis".

What if Gazza scored against Germany at Euro 96?

Sky Sports - tor, 28/05/2020 - 20:00
Paul Gascoigne's studs continue to stir the emotions when 30 years of hurt for England fans were extended on a balmy night at Wembley in 1996.

Sky to show 64 live PL games - 25 free-to-air

Sky Sports - tor, 28/05/2020 - 19:25
Sky Sports will show 64 live Premier League games, and make 25 available free-to-air when the season resumes.

Who has the best/worst PL run-in?

Sky Sports - tor, 28/05/2020 - 19:00
Ahead of a Premier League return, what kind of run-in does your team face? Here's our guide to every side's prospects, on paper at least...

Premier League set to resume on June 17

Sky Sports - tor, 28/05/2020 - 16:45
Premier League football is poised to return after a three-month shutdown, with top-flight games in England provisionally set to resume on Wednesday, June 17.

Premier League set to resume on June 17

Sky Sports - tor, 28/05/2020 - 16:45
Premier League football is poised to return after a three-month shutdown, with top-flight football in England provisionally set to resume on Wednesday June 17.

Premier League clubs approve return to contact training

Sky Sports - ons, 27/05/2020 - 13:15
Premier League clubs have voted unanimously to approve a return to contact training, in another significant step towards the resumption of matches "when safe to do so".

José Mourinho predicts fewer 'crazy' transfers after football returns

Guardian - ons, 27/05/2020 - 12:49
  • Financial hit will force clubs to spend sensibly, Mourinho says
  • Spurs manager also wants transfer window extended

José Mourinho has predicted there will be fewer “crazy” transfers after football returns from shutdown.

Tottenham signed Steven Bergwijn for £27m from PSV Eindhoven in January, while also breaking their club record to acquire Tanguy Ndombele for £55m last summer but Mourinho believes the Premier League, and leagues around the world, will need a different approach because of the coronavirus crisis having hit clubs’ finances.

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Jose on PL return, transfer future and lockdown

Sky Sports - ons, 27/05/2020 - 11:30
In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports, Jose Mourinho reveals Tottenham's desire for a football return, how the transfer window could change, and living with his staff under lockdown.

Nev: Plan for June 19 restart, players will be fit

Sky Sports - ons, 27/05/2020 - 11:25
Gary Neville has called on the Premier League to restart the league no later than June 19, as players will only need "two or three weeks" of training to get up to speed.

Sheringham to Kane: Don't waste your career

Sky Sports - ons, 27/05/2020 - 10:00
Tottenham striker Harry Kane is at a crossroads and must make sure he does not waste his career, says Teddy Sheringham.

Jose: Kane, Son, everyone recovered now

Sky Sports - ons, 27/05/2020 - 08:00
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has told Sky Sports all of his players have recovered from injury, but everybody will struggle to play to their maximum due to the lack of match time.

Poch Q&A: Jose, Sir Alex & his next job

Sky Sports - lør, 23/05/2020 - 08:00
Mauricio Pochettino sat down with Sky Sports News' Paul Gilmour to reveal his plans for his next job in management.

Poch open to PL job outside top six

Sky Sports - fre, 22/05/2020 - 23:30
Mauricio Pochettino says he would be open to managing a Premier League club outside the top six and is eager to return to management either in England or abroad.

Mauricio Pochettino: 'I'm so happy José is at Tottenham, replacing me'

Guardian - fre, 22/05/2020 - 22:30

The former Spurs manager formally severed ties with the club this week and dreams of ‘the perfect club, the perfect project’

Mauricio Pochettino finesses a full lockdown beard as he Zooms in from his north London home, whites and greys vying for prominence, but everything else is reassuringly familiar, as though he were still sitting behind that long desk at Tottenham’s training base, elevated on stage, answering questions at his weekly press briefing.

There is the warmth and big-heartedness, the mischief, the machismo, the patented ability to blow his own trumpet in a matter-of-fact kind of way. There is the emotion, the extravagant rambling, the flirting with potential suitors. And, of course, there are the anecdotes, the ones that hook and enthral.

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I still think the Premier League is the best in the world. It's one of the options … and can be my priority

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