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Everton 'Set Sights' on Tottenham Trio Ahead of January Transfer Window
Everton have been linked with Tottenham players Dele Alli, Harry Winks and Paulo Gazzaniga, and are preparing to keep close tabs on them
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Everton have identified Tottenham Hotspur duo Harry Winks and Dele Alli as potential targets for the January transfer window.
England international Eric Dier will reportedly be placed in the transfer market by Tottenham Hotspur at the turn of the year.
Liverpool legend-turned-pundit Michael Owen has said that the Reds will be under more pressure for the Champions League final when compared to Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has dropped a double injury boost ahead of the Champions League clash against Borussia Dormund on Tuesday.
The 2019 winter transfer window will shut in 2 days as many clubs including both Leicester City and Tottenham are urgent to get deals finalised.
AS Monaco manager Thierry Henry is reportedly interested in signing Mousa Dembele from Tottenham Hotspur when the season comes to a close.
Kenyan international Victor Wanyama looks set to depart Tottenham in the January transfer window, with the likes of Serie A duo Sampdoria and Genoa both in the race to sign the defensive midfielder. Former Southampton and Celtic player Wanyama has two and a half years remaining on his Spurs contract.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has picked Alexandre Lacazette from the off for north London derby versus Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon. The France international bagged a brace in the international friendly versus Germany, and he has earned his spot with the blossoming form.
Despite finishing last season without a trophy, Tottenham Hotspur fans can be proud of what their team achieved in 2016/17. Spurs' supporters now expect success in 2017/18.
Every year hundreds of academy players get released from the club they have been at for years. Those who do get the contract they have been working for, are often then the subject of a number of loan moves without ever getting close to the first team of their parent club. We often forget just how hard it is for young English players these days. The riches of the premier league ensure that clubs would rather invest in players than invest in time, and let their home-grown players thrive. Every season although, there are exceptions. Injuries can lead to opportunities, and cup competitions can offer a platform for young Englishmen to launch the start of their career. These players have taken the most of their opportunities this year, and it won’t be long until they’re considered for the England senior team.
In form Tottenham striker Harry Kane added two more goals to his tally this afternoon, as he helped his Spurs side beat Everton 3-2 at White Hart Lane, and keep them second in the Premier League.