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José Mourinho: Tottenham will be major rivals for Premier League title

Guardian - tir, 25/07/2017 - 23:30

• ‘They have kept hold of the players they wanted to keep’
• Manchester United manager claims his side are ‘not big candidates’

José Mourinho has identified Tottenham as strong rivals to win the Premier League title next season and compared his challenge at Manchester United to the one he faced previously at Real Madrid, insisting the club had been left behind in “the evolution of football” when he succeeded Louis van Gaal last summer.

Mourinho has previously won the championship in every second season of his managerial career but believes this will be difficult in the forthcoming campaign. The manager feels United are candidates to win a 21st league title but identified Spurs as major contenders because they have retained all their players so far apart from Kyle Walker, who Mourinho asserted was sold to Manchester City because his replacement, Kieran Trippier, may be as good.

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Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris urges Moussa Sissoko to seek clarity on future

Guardian - tir, 25/07/2017 - 23:30
• Lack of playing time could hit France midfielder’s 2018 World Cup chances
• ‘Moussa is important for the French national team. He needs to play more’

Hugo Lloris has urged Moussa Sissoko, Tottenham Hotspur’s £30m record signing, to seek clarity on his future or risk the chances of missing out on next summer’s World Cup. Sissoko enraged the Spurs manager, Mauricio Pochettino, at the end of May after revealing his unhappiness in north London to a French newspaper as well as detailing a falling out with the Argentinian.

Related: Tottenham’s Kieran Trippier hoping to steal Kyle Walker’s England shirt

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Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy mocks ‘unsustainable’ spending

Guardian - tir, 25/07/2017 - 22:48

• Manchester City have spent more than £200 million this summer
• Spurs have yet to make a signing in the current transfer window

The Tottenham Hotspur chairman, Daniel Levy, has mocked the Premier League’s summer spending, labelling it “unsustainable”.

Spurs are yet to sign anyone for the new campaign and have let Kyle Walker leave for title rivals Manchester City – a club who have so far spent more than £200m in this transfer window. Manchester United and Chelsea have also been busy in the market, bringing in Romelu Lukaku and Álvaro Morata for big-money fees.

Related: Tottenham’s Kieran Trippier hoping to steal Kyle Walker’s England shirt

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Levy defends transfer policy

Sky Sports - tir, 25/07/2017 - 21:40
Daniel Levy has defended Tottenham's transfer policy and insists the club will not sign a player this summer unless they are convinced he can make a difference to the squad. 

Fantasy Football bargain buys

Sky Sports - tir, 25/07/2017 - 19:50
We pick out seven players who could defy their modest Sky Sports Fantasy Football valuations this season...

Tottenham keen on Toljan

Sky Sports - tir, 25/07/2017 - 18:40
Tottenham are showing interest in Hoffenheim right-back Jeremy Toljan, according to Sky sources.

A big season for Pochettino

Sky Sports - tir, 25/07/2017 - 12:40
Mauricio Pochettino has taken Tottenham to back-to-back top-three finishes but can he take the next step and win a trophy? We put Pochettino under the spotlight in our series looking at the managers of the Premier League's top six.

Lloris: Spurs trust each other

Sky Sports - tir, 25/07/2017 - 08:30
Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris insists his side will be competitive again this season because they trust in the current squad.

Dembele backs Spurs transfer policy

Sky Sports - man, 24/07/2017 - 11:50
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele has backed the club's transfer policy of being careful in the market and not changing too many players.

Winks 'nervous' on Spurs return

Sky Sports - man, 24/07/2017 - 10:40
Harry Winks admitted he was "nervous" about how his ankle would fair after returning from long-term injury in Tottenham's friendly win over Paris Saint-Germain.

WATCH: Eriksen's Spurs screamer

Sky Sports - søn, 23/07/2017 - 16:00
Christian Eriksen scored a long-range screamer to help Tottenham come from behind to beat PSG 4-2 in the International Champions Cup in Orlando on Saturday.

Kane on target as Spurs beat PSG

Sky Sports - søn, 23/07/2017 - 13:00
Harry Kane picked up where he left off for Tottenham as they opened their pre-season schedule with a 4-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain in Orlando.

Man Utd's midfield options

Sky Sports - søn, 23/07/2017 - 02:00
Manchester United have been linked with a number of central midfielders this summer, so who should they go for? Here, Whoscored.com pick out six of their best options.

Tottenham’s Kieran Trippier hoping to steal Kyle Walker’s England shirt

Guardian - lør, 22/07/2017 - 23:30
• Spurs full-back believes he has been handed a chance by Walker exit
• ‘My dream is always to play for England’

Kieran Trippier is undaunted at the prospect of battling his friend Kyle Walker for England’s right-back position at next summer’s World Cup having spent two years in his shadow at Tottenham Hotspur. While Walker begins life at Manchester City following his £50m move last week, Trippier knows this is his moment to shine.

With Russia 2018 on the horizon, the timing could not have been better for the 26-year-old who made his full international debut against France in June. Trippier signed a new five-year deal following Walker’s departure and is determined to repay the faith shown in him by Mauricio Pochettino by excelling for club and country. “For the past two years I’ve been waiting patiently for my opportunity,” he said before Spurs’ friendly match with Paris Saint-Germain in Orlando on Sunday.

Related: Daniel Levy’s iron fist controls Tottenham’s transfer balancing act | David Hytner

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Dele Alli and Harry Kane expose absurdity of football’s silly season

Guardian - lør, 22/07/2017 - 17:53
Spurs pair who cost pittance are second and third most valuable players in the world behind Neymar according to one estimate – but fans still crave a splurge

Now that the Lions tour and Wimbledon are over, and with the Test series against South Africa yet to grab the attention, thoughts can easily turn to the start of the new football season, which is only two weeks away. Or rather to the pre-season competition. I don’t mean friendly tournaments, like the money-spinning non-event of the so-called International Champions Cup. But the true sport and drama of the transfer window. A kind of fantasy football for chairmen, it is also a ritual that finds generous space for frenzied media and desperate fans alike. And all to the tune of sums of money that are increasingly difficult to conceptualise, let alone justify.

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Manchester United confident of signing Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic

Guardian - lør, 22/07/2017 - 12:53
• José Mourinho frustrated in pursuit of Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier
• United confident of closing a deal for Matic, with a fee of £50m mooted

Manchester United are confident of closing a deal for Chelsea’s Nemanja Matic after hitting a wall in their efforts to take Eric Dier from Tottenham Hotspur. José Mourinho identified Dier as his No1 defensive midfield target at the start of the close season and he has seen three bids for him turned down by Tottenham. The third bid was understood to be close to £40m.

Related: Benjamin Mendy set to join Manchester City from Monaco in record £52m deal

Related: PSG increasingly confident of signing Neymar and Alexis Sánchez

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Tottenham need to find their bearings quickly as Wembley tenants | David Hytner

Guardian - lør, 22/07/2017 - 10:30

After poor results at the national stadium in last season’s European games Spurs need to find their feet on the larger pitch now it is their temporary home

The irony was not lost on Mauricio Pochettino. “Remember when I first came to Tottenham and I was criticised for saying the White Hart Lane pitch was too small for us?” the manager said. “And now, people are saying that Wembley is too big?”

Pochettino’s comments came last season, when his team’s travails at Wembley – their temporary home for European matches – were under the microscope. It was a regular talking point, one of those things that become a thing, much to the annoyance of the manager who finds himself caught up in them.

Related: Érik Lamela to miss Tottenham’s US tour and aim for September return

Related: Daniel Levy’s iron fist controls Tottenham’s transfer balancing act | David Hytner

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Tottenham 2-3 Roma recap

Sky Sports - fre, 21/07/2017 - 17:21

Rivals' spending doesn't worry Poch

Sky Sports - fre, 21/07/2017 - 15:40
Mauricio Pochettino insists Tottenham are not concerned by their top six rivals' summer spending in the transfer market.

Ex-England midfielder Parker retires

BBC - ons, 28/06/2017 - 17:26
Ex-England, Charlton and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker announces his retirement from football.
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