Spurs supremo issues star players vow

Spurs supremo issues star players vow

But Levy says Tottenham, who move into their new £750million stadium this summer, will not be be forced to cash in on their prize assets.

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has sought to mark out his territory in the face of Real Madrid's interest in striker Harry Kane.

"We are in a good mood and in a good way to try and compete until the end of the season, to try to be in the top four" Pochettino said.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has praised Aaron Lennon, his former player, for shining a light on mental health issues and "inspiring people around the world" by returning to the Everton first team after being detained under the Mental Health Act in May.

The likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have both been linked with the pair, as Spurs attempt to tie them down to new contracts.

But chairman Daniel Levy is aware his wages are well below his market value and are ready offer new terms at £100,000-per-week.

But Levy effectively ruled out that prospect on Thursday when he insisted that the north Londoners would not be tempted to sell Kane or other stars such as midfielder Dele Alli and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Despite the usual raft of incoming transfer rumors, I'm more and more convinced that we will once again not see any major signings in the January window, or at least no incoming players that will make a significant impact on Spurs' 2017-18 campaign.

HARRY KANE has glided past Teddy Sheringham's record to become the highest goalscorer in Tottenham's Premier League history.

Spurs head in to the weekend action sitting fifth in the table but they can move level on points with fourth-placed Liverpool with a win tomorrow ahead of their clash with Man City on Sunday.



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