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Celtic have won the race to sign Premier League target Moussa Dembele from Fulham.
The highly-rated French forward has signed a four-year contract at Celtic Park after leaving Fulham.
The 19-year-old hit 17 goals for the Sky Bet Championship side last season.
The post Celtic beat Premier League clubs to the signing of Dembele appeared first on teamtalk.com.Tottenham Hotspur F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 28 Jun 18:57
Alderweireld plays in the Premier League for Tottenham Hotspur, who powered their way through the English top flight before collapsing after failing to win the title while looking tired.Tottenham Hotspur F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 28 Jun 18:20
Tottenham Hotspur set to win race for Michy Batshuayi despite Crystal Palace having £31m bid accepted by Marseille
Tottenham Hotspur are confident of signing Michy Batshuayi in spite of Crystal Palace having agreed to pay Â£31million for the Marseille striker .ESPN FC - Tottenham Hotspur News 28 Jun 16:31
Toby Alderweireld admits he was not surprised to see Iceland defeat England. Belgium fans praised captain Eden Hazard after their side's 4-0 win over Hungary. The After Dark crew discuss Germany and Belgium's dismantling of their respective opponents and what to expect from them next. The After Dark crew discuss Germany and Belgium's dismantling of their respective opponents and what to expect from them next. Tottenham and Belgium defender Toby Alderweireld has suggested that the Premier League should consider adopting a winter break, claiming a lack of rest could be to blame for England's dismal Euro 2016 exit. The majority of European leagues including Spain's La Liga, the German Bundesliga, France's Ligue 1 and the Serie A in Italy have a mid-season hiatus -- varying from a fortnight to a month -- but, by contrast, England's top teams face a gruelling festive schedule of league and cup fixtures. England...ESPN FC - Tottenham Hotspur News 28 Jun 15:15
ESPN FC's Iain Macintosh and Nick Ames break down where England went wrong at Euro 2016. Tottenham players were always going to be key to Roy Hodgson's plans for England at Euro 2016. Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Dele Alli and Harry Kane started three of England's four matches, sitting out the 0-0 draw with Slovakia, while Eric Dier was an ever-present in the starting XI. Mauricio Pochettino's team may have been the best in the country for stretches of last Premier League season, but England's displays were more akin to their untimely collapse in the run-in, which culminated in an embarrassing...Tottenham Hotspur F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 28 Jun 12:18
Roma tell Tottenham to raise their offer for Paraguay forward Antonio Sanabria after £11million bid is rejected by Serie A club
Roma want Tottenham to raise their Â£11m offer for Antonio Sanabria. The White Hart Lane club are in talks ahead of the new Premier League season, but face competition from Sevilla and Betis.Tottenham Hotspur F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 28 Jun 10:16
England got what they deserved for appointing safe-choice Roy Hodgson and it got us absolutely nowhere
JAMIE REDKNAPP: This is the worst night in the history of English football; Roy Hodgson had no choice but to walk away. We got exactly what we deserved from him, and that was mediocrity.Tottenham Hotspur – teamtalk.com 28 Jun 08:43
Crystal Palace have had a huge bid for Marseille’s Michy Batshuayi accepted and are also closing on two more deals, while Bayern Munich are plotting a move for Eric Dier, according to Tuesday’s newspapers.
PALACE HAVE BATSHUAYI BID ACCEPTED
Crystal Palace have stolen a march on the likes of Tottenham, West ham and Juventus by having a had a Â£31.6m (â‚¬38m) offer for Michy Batshuayi accepted by Marseille, according to The Guardian.
The paper also claimed the ambitious Eagles areÂ hopeful of completing deals for the France goalkeeper Steve Mandanda and Newcastleâ€™s Andros Townsend.
West Ham submitted an offer worth up to a potential â‚¬40m at the start of May and remain hopeful of signing him, while Juventus have also made a bid of more than â‚¬30m for the player who scored 17 goals in Ligue 1 last season.
However, Palaceâ€™s co-owner Steve Parish, who was in Nice to watch Englandâ€™s last-16 tie against Iceland on Monday night, appears to have stolen a march on his rivals for Batshuayiâ€™s signature after making the offer directly to Marseilleâ€™s president, Vincent Labrune. It is understood that the deal includes a significant bonus payment and sell-on clause, with his former club Standard LiÃ¨ge due 35% of any sale through a previous clause.
It is also understood that Palace are close to agreeing a deal to sign Marseilleâ€™s Mandanda on a free transfer, although Chelsea remain interested in the 31-year-old.
On a busy day of activity Palace are also understood to have triggered Townsendâ€™s Â£10.5m release clause, with the England winger currently weighing up whether he would like to move to south London from Newcastle.
BAYERN PLOT MOVE TO SIGN DIER
Bayern MunichÂ have been impressedÂ by the form of Eric Dier for England at Euro 2016Â and are preparing an offer for the SpursÂ midfielder, according to reports on Tuesday.
The 22-year-old, who was one of England’s better players during the group stages of Euro 2016 and prior to the Iceland debacle, has excelled in a defensive midfield role for both club and country but has demonstratedÂ his goalscoring abilities also, with two goals for his country this year.
According to The Sun, Bayern are growing increasingly keen on the former Sporting Libson star and are plotting an audacious swoop this summer.
While it remains unlikely that Tottenham, facing a return to the Champions League stage next season, would be prepared to sell, it is likely to boil down to Dierâ€™s desire to stay at White Hart Lane.
Backroom staff in Bavaria have reportedly been making background checks on the England international during the last few days. However, asÂ Spurs managed to tie Dier down to a five-year contract extension last year, their efforts may prove to be futile.
AND THE REST
England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate has emerged as the favourite to replace Roy Hodgson as manager of the senior team (The Sun)
Chelsea are still chasing Alvaro Morata’s signature despite the Spaniard’s Â£23m return to Real Madrid (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea will reportedly consider other midfield targets after Roma rejected a third bid of Â£33m for Radja Nainggolan (Daily Express)
Ronald Koeman is reportedly set to team up with goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg again at Everton (Daily Express)
Real Madrid are planning to send striker Jese, 23, out on loan this season, despite interest from Chelsea and Manchester United for a permanent deal (AS)
Barcelona could target Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin, 21, after letting Dani Alves join Juventus (London Evening Standard)
Chelsea defender Baba Rahman, 21, is a target for Lazio who are ready to make a Â£13m bid for the Ghana international, who cost the Blues Â£21.7m last summer (Daily Mirror)
Napoli have agreed personal terms with Liverpool target Hector Herrera, but the Italian club have not yet agreed a fee with Porto for the 26-year-old Mexico midfielder (Tutto Mercato)
Arsenal have made an offer for striker Gabriel Barbosa, 19, who has a Â£40m release clause in his contract with Brazilian club Santos (ESPN)
Hull boss Steve Bruce is considering making a move for Augsburg’s Paraguay striker Raul Bobadilla, 29, who is valued at over Â£5m by his German club (Daily Mirror)
Christian Benteke has admitted he gave Belgium team-mate Eden Hazard a few goalscoring tips at half-time in their game against Hungary (Daily Express)
Middlesbrough are on the verge of completing a stunning Â£12m deal for Dutch midfielder Marten de Roon (The Sun)
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is prepared to pay part of his own Â£26m transfer fee as he tries to force through a move to Manchester United (The Sun)
Fulham have joined the battle to sign Â£11m Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle (Daily Mail)
Argentina striker Sergio Aguero is expecting other team-mates to follow in Lionel Messi’s footsteps and retire from international football (Daily Star)
Darren Randolph has begged West Ham to pull out all the stops to keep French star Dimitri Payet (Daily Star)
Brendan Rodgers snubbed the chance to sign Sadio Mane when he was manager at Liverpool two years ago (Daily Star)
Leeds United head coach Garry Monk wants to sign defender Kyle Bartley, 23, on loan from his previous club Swansea City (Yorkshire Evening Post)
The post Paper Talk: Bayern eye Spurs star; shock Batshuayi bid agreed appeared first on teamtalk.com.ESPN FC - Tottenham Hotspur News 27 Jun 15:44
Victor Wanyama made 30 Premier League appearances last season. Victor Wanyama plans to use Tottenham Hotspur's preseason trip to Australia to bond with his new teammates after completing an £11 million transfer from Southampton last week. Spurs will compete in the International Champions Cup in Melbourne next month, facing Serie A champions Juventus on July 26 and Champions League runners-up Atletico Madrid three days later. With 10 Spurs players still competing at Euro 2016, manager Mauricio Pochettino could be without key players for the tournament but...ESPN FC - Tottenham Hotspur News 27 Jun 10:44
Son Heung-Min will be one of three 'wild card' players for South Korea. Tottenham Hotspur attacker Son Heung-Min has been included in the South Korea squad for this summer's Olympic Games. The tournament in Rio de Janeiro is restricted to players aged under 23, but Spurs have given South Korea permission to include Son, who turns 24 in July, as one of three overage "wild cards." South Korea's Olympic coach Shin Tae-Yong and his squad will set off for Brazil on July 18. Tottenham travel to Australia for a preseason tournament in late July, and Son will join South Korea...Tottenham Hotspur – teamtalk.com 25 Jun 11:36
Tottenham are believed to be weighing up an improved offer for Vincent Janssen after AZ Alkmaar rejected a bid for the striker.
Spurs made an offer of around Â£11million on Thursday night but the Dutch club are holding out for closer to Â£17m, according to PA Sport.
It is understoodÂ Tottenham have already agreed personal terms with Janssen and are expected to come back with another bid.
Janssen was given permission to spend two days in London earlier this month and visited the club’s training ground, meeting manager Mauricio Pochettino and discussing his plans for the future.
German side Wolfsburg have also expressed an interest to AZ and have spoken to the 22-year-old, but they are yet to rival Tottenham with an official offer.
Janssen’s preferred destination is White Hart Lane, where he is attracted by the prospect of Champions League football next season.
It has also been made clear that while Harry Kane will remain Pochettino’s number one striker, he would be given ample opportunity to impress, particularly in cup competitions.
Kane played in every one of Tottenham’s Premier League matches last season and Pochettino wants more cover, as well as greater options off the bench.
Spurs have already bolstered their midfield after they confirmed the signing of Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama on Thursday.
Janssen is one of Europe’s most exciting young forwards, renowned for his energy, work rate and composure in front of goal.
He scored 27 goals in 34 matches in the Eredivisie last season and also found the net against England in Holland’s 2-1 win at Wembley in March.
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The agent of Roma forward Antonio Sanabria claims there has been “someÂ contact” with Tottenham Hotspur.
Reports earlier this week claimed Spurs had agreed terms for the 20-year-old Paraguay international, who scored 11 La Liga goals on loan at Sporting Gijon last season.
And although that report may be too far down the line, the Â£11.5million-rated forward is definitely on the radar of Mauricio Pochettino, who could view Sanabria as a better value signing than Â£30million pair Alexandre Lacazette and Michy Batshuayi.
Raul Verdu told Tuttomercatoweb: â€œIâ€™m speaking generally. There has been some contact, but weâ€™ll have to evaluate with Roma.
â€œRight now the lad belongs to the Giallorossi and Iâ€™ll speak with [sporting director Walter] Sabatini to decide how to move.
â€œAt the moment thereâ€™s nothing concrete on Sanabriaâ€™s future, weâ€™ll see if thereâ€™s news next week.â€�
The player is allegedly valued at Â£11.5m â€“ the same price Spurs paid for Wanyama â€“ and a deal appears to be getting closer after Sanabriaâ€™s agent confirmed there had been initial talks with the north London outfit.
Harry Kane says he is not tired and feels "sharp and ready" to perform against Iceland in England's last-16 tie on Monday.Tottenham Hotspur F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 24 Jun 23:30
First contact is the key to making corners count but it isn't just England... the quality overall at Euro 2016 has been poor
ALAN PARDEW: In an attempt to get more from set-pieces, I studied Benfica under Jorge Jesus because they had clever, imaginative free-kick and corner routines. It seems secondary at Euro 2016.ESPN FC - Tottenham Hotspur News 24 Jun 16:24
Wayne Rooney has called for England to be more ruthless in front goal against Iceland. Harry Kane is ready to be called upon when needed by Roy Hodgson as England prepare to face Iceland on Monday. The Tottenham Hotspur striker started England's first two games in the tournament -- being substituted at half-time against Wales -- before coming off the bench in the final Group B game against Slovakia. But he has no problem with Hodgson's use of his squad as England look towards their round-of-16 tie. He said: "I think it's part of the tournament, we have a great squad of players and...Tottenham Hotspur – teamtalk.com 24 Jun 15:05
Harry Kane is ready to be called upon when needed by Roy Hodgson as England prepare to face Iceland on Monday.
The Tottenham striker started England’s first two games in the tournament – being substituted at half-time against Wales – before coming off the bench in the final Group B game against Slovakia.
But he has no problem with Hodgson’s use of his squad as England look towards their last-16 tie.
“I think it’s part of the tournament, we have a great squad of players and use everyone in it in the right way,” he said. “I think not many teams will play the starting XI throughout the whole tournament.
“As players we need to be ready when called upon and I think we are. Anyone who steps in or out is focused on the team. If it changes then we are ready for that and go out there for the win.”
Kane played a full part as Tottenham challenged Leicester for the Premier League title and reached the Round of 16 in the Europa League, but insisted he had plenty left in the tank for England.
“I’m not tired, I’ve had it before last year when it was the Under-21s to the Euros, people said the same thing,” he said.
“I’m 100 per cent fresh. I feel sharp, I feel ready and if called upon I will be out there giving 110 per cent.
“We want to progress, now is a better time than ever. We have to make sure we are focused and ready to go, hopefully maybe with a bit of luck and a bit of fortune we will win the game comfortably.”
The post Kane dismisses burnout fears, feels ‘sharp and ready’ appeared first on teamtalk.com.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC 24 Jun 13:40
AZ Alkmaar say they have rejected a bid from Tottenham - reported to be for Â£11.3m - for striker Vincent Janssen.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC 23 Jun 23:06
Tottenham sign midfielder Victor Wanyama on a five-year deal from Premier League rivals Southampton.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC 20 Jun 13:56
Tottenham Hotspur agree a fee of Â£11m for Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama, BBC Radio Solent understands.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC 15 Jun 14:54
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