Here is your Tottenham Hotspur morning digest on Tuesday, May 25.
Spurs unveil brand-new Nike kit
Tottenham have officially released their brand-new 2021/22 home kit ahead of next season.
The shirt pays tribute to the club’s iconic cockerel crest in its centenary year – in a classic Spurs white.
It’s a very simple design, featuring the club crest in the top left of the shirt, with the Nike logo on the right and the AIA sponsor across the front.
Have a look at the new kit here.
Seven Spurs stars that could leave
It’s set to be a massive summer transfer window for Tottenham, with a number of players being linked with a move away from north London.
With a new manager set to be appointed in the near future, the incoming boss – whoever it will be – will need funds in order to put his own stamp on the squad.
So, with that being said, football.london‘s Alasdair Gold has taken a look at the seven players who could be set to leave Spurs ahead of the 2021/22 season.
Read the full story here.
Inzaghi comments on Lazio future amid Spurs links
Simone Inzaghi is one of numerous managers being linked with the vacant job at Tottenham.
Following Jose Mourinho’s sacking last month, Ryan Mason took over on an interim basis at Spurs – and plenty of names are floating around that could be in charge next season.
football.london understands that Spurs have decided on their top candidate and hope to appoint him within the next seven to ten days if they can come to an agreement with their current club.
Lazio boss Inzaghi is one of the names being linked with the job and he has now opened up on his future with the Italian club.
The 45-year-old is out of contract in June, despite his successful six-year spell in charge at the Serie A outfit.
Inzaghi said, as quoted by Italian football journalist Gianluca Di Marzio: “I’ve waited 16 months and now (for a new deal).
“Just because we are talking about Lazio and you know what it means to me, I can wait another three days.
“I’ve always moved on. But for no other team I would have waited so long for a contract renewal.”
Another name to be linked with the job is Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers, but following their final day defeat to Spurs, the former Liverpool manager insisted he was more than happy with the Foxes.
Source by Football London