Tottenham Hotspur

‘Pull them immediately’: Spurs bantered by their own sponsor in hilarious gaffe

Tottenham Hotspur have just faced “an egg on your face” situation.  Earlier today, Spurs confirmed on their official website that they have agreed a sponsorship deal with Dulux. The club statement read: “We are delighted to announce Dulux, the nation’s number one paint brand, as our first ever Official Paint Supplier.” We are delighted to announce @duluxuk, the nation’s number one paint brand, as our first ever Official Paint Supplier.#THFC ⚪ #COYS — Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 15, 2021 In a lengthy article they have detailed what the new sponsors can bring to the table — innovative colour matching technology that will be used to bring spaces throughout Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Lilywhite House and the Training Centre to life in Club colours. Little they...

‘Certainly’: Alasdair Gold claims Spurs are ‘very fond’ of 24-year-old target

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly showing interest in signing Fulham defender Joachim Andersen this summer.  According to Football London journalist, Alasdair Gold, Spurs are very fond of the player. He claims that Anderson ticks all the boxes they’re looking for in a new centre-back this summer. Gold wrote for Football London: “He’s certainly a player Spurs are very fond of and he ticks all the boxes they’re looking for in their ideal new centre-back this summer, a leader, within their normal age range and has Premier League experience. All eyes will be on Lyon’s price tag and also Tottenham moving on some players to raise funds, which is easier said than done.” Anderson joined Fulham from French club Lyon on loan this summer. He has impressed heavily, ma...

Spurs reportedly considering move for 23-year-old int’l as ‘replacement’ for £36m player

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly started planning for the summer ahead. According to the Daily Mail, Spurs are looking to sign a new goalkeeper, right-back and central defender when the transfer window reopens. The north London club are also apparently keen to sign a back-up striker for Harry Kane. Spurs announced losses of £63.9 million in November after being badly hit financially by the coronavirus pandemic. The primary aim will be to sell a host of players, raise funds and free up wages. The likes of on-loan Gareth Bale and Carlos Vinicius won’t be around at the club next season. Bale, who is costing Spurs about £250,000-a-week in wages, will return to Real Madrid, while Vinicius is set to go back to Benfica. Vinicius has done well for Spurs this season, scoring 10 goals in ...

Tottenham reportedly have identified their ‘first choice’ target to replace £100k-per-week star

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly planning for the summer ahead, and signing a goalkeeper is a top priority. According to The Daily Mail, Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope is emerging as the “first choice” keeper to replace Hugo Lloris if he decides to join Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain or any other French club. Wolfsburg’s Koen Casteels has been watched extensively in recent months. He could represent a cheaper option if Pope’s valuation, which could rise above £30 million, proves prohibitive. In recent months, Spurs have been linked with a host of goalkeepers, including Sam Johnstone, Mike Maignan, Dean Henderson and others, but Pope seems to be the player they are most interested in. Back in February, The Daily Mail claimed Tottenham “have made” Pope their “first c...

Roy Keane says 29-goal star ‘must be thinking’ about move to Manchester United

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has said that Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane ‘must be thinking’ about joining the Red Devils after watching their recent progress. United registered a stunning 3-1 comeback win over Spurs in the Premier League yesterday, which maintained their healthy nine-point advantage over fifth-placed Chelsea. The club are on course to qualify for a second-straight season in the Champions League, while they are also the strong favourites to win the Europa League. Speaking to Sky Sports on Sunday, Keane said that Kane must be thinking about moving to the Red Devils, where he can establish himself as the main man. He said via Goal.com: “For Kane, he’d be looking at this United team today and listen they’ve made progress over the last 12 months and surely Kane mus...

‘It won’t happen’: Peter Crouch makes bold claim on Tottenham man’s future next season

Peter Crouch has suggested that Harry Kane may not get his wish to move away from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window.  Many pundits have suggested or discussed whether Kane should consider leaving the club this summer if Spurs fail to secure a spot for the Champions League next season. Spurs lost ground in the Premier League top-four race after losing 3-1 against Manchester United on Sunday, and the focus has once again shifted back on Kane’s future. David Ornstein of The Athletic has reported that Kane is on Manchester United’s radar, but the Red Devils won’t be paying £120 million for him. Well, that’s the figure doing the rounds in the market. However, it could be more, given Kane has still three years left on his present deal. In a Q/A session for the D...

‘It is understood’: David Ornstein delivers latest update on player who is ‘next on United’s list’

Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane in the summer.  The Red Devils are interested in signing Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund in the summer, but Kane is “next on United’s list”, according to David Ornstein of The Athletic. The report claims that while United are interested in signing the England striker, they will not do business at the proposed £120 million fee mooted within the industry. On top of that Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman, will not sell Kane to another English club under any circumstances. Ornstein wrote for The Athletic: “Harry Kane is next on United’s list, but they would not do business at the proposed £120 million fee mooted within the industry. It is understood that Tottenham Hotspur chairma...

Predicted Spurs starting XI: Mourinho to make five changes; 28-year-old returns

Tottenham Hotspur will face Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday.  Spurs have got a full week to prepare for this crucial clash as they look to return to winning ways following a disappointing 2-2 draw against Newcastle United last time out. Jose Mourinho’s side won 6-1 at Old Trafford earlier this season and has almost a full squad to choose from this time around, with Ben Davies and Matt Doherty the only absentees. However, he is likely to make a few changes to starting XI. Davinson Sanchez has done well recently, but following his sloppy performance against the Magpies, he could be dropped here. Both Toby Alderweireld and Serge Aurier should come in after their two-match absence, with the Belgian defender likely to start alongside Joe Rodon in central defence. Spurs ha...

Spurs reportedly leading the race to sign £10m Leeds target

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly leading the race to sign West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Sam Johnstone in the summer transfer window.  Spurs could be looking to bring in a new goalkeeper this summer, with club-skipper Hugo Lloris facing an uncertain future. The north Londoners are reportedly not convinced with his form, and they are exploring possible alternatives. According to reports from ESPN, Spurs have earmarked West Brom goalkeeper Johnstone as their top target, and they are leading the race for his signature. The Atheltic claimed earlier this week that the Baggies will offload the 28-year-old goalkeeper if they fail to stay in the Premier League. Johnstone will become a free agent at the end of the next season and he could leave the club for nothing. West Brom signed...

Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona interested in signing £210,000-a-week German star – report

Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona are among the contenders to sign Jerome Boateng when his contract with Bayern Munich expires this summer, Sport Bild reports. The German has been a brilliant performer for the Bundesliga giants over the past decade, but it was confirmed earlier this week that his contract won’t be renewed. Boateng, who was previously with Manchester City, has been linked on multiple occasions with a return to the Premier League with Chelsea in particular. Bild journalist Christian Falk has now reported that Spurs and Barcelona are looking at Boateng as a smart addition to their respective squads this summer. Sportslens view: Spurs have had a stop-start campaign in the league, and they have been guilty of conceding late goals which have cost them valuable points. Jose Mourinh...

Southampton plan to offer an escape route to £19.8m Tottenham Hotspur star

Southampton are monitoring the situation of Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks with a view to a possible summer move, Football Insider reports. Winks has had a tough campaign with the north London club, playing just over 600 minutes of Premier League football. His limited playing time has already put him out of contention for the European Championships with England, and he could be on the move this summer. The Saints are likely to assess their midfield options in the next transfer window, and it is reported that they have their sights on pursuing Winks’ signature. Sportslens view: Winks is presently behind Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Tanguy Ndombele and Moussa Sissoko in the pecking order, playing just 70 minutes of league football since January. He still has three more years remaini...

‘Easiest player to shift’: Spurs could offload £50k-per-week star; Everton keen to sign

Tottenham Hotspur are preparing a massive rebuilding work in the summer, with Jose Mourinho ready to offload as many as seven players.  According to reports from The Mirror, Mourinho wants Daniel Levy to back him in the summer transfer window to give his side a fighting chance next season. The Portuguese boss is ready to offload players who are surplus to requirements at the club. Spurs are looking to raise funds from player sales, and re-invest in the squad wisely in the summer. One of the players who could leave the club is Harry Winks. The England international has lost his place in the national team due to a lack of regular opportunities at the club. The Mirror describes his situation as “a fall from grace”. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who joined from Southampton in the summer, is...