Tottenham backed to complete Yves Bissouma transfer as Harry Kane training situation explained

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Here is your Tottenham Hotspur digest on Sunday, August 8.

Harry Kane to miss Man City clash

Tottenham striker Harry Kane will train on his own pitch while he continues to isolate after the striker returned from his holiday earlier this week.

Kane, who broke his silence on the situation surrounding his future on Friday, will remain in The Lodge at Hotspur Way, training alone and will isolate until Thursday.

He is not expected to play any part against Manchester City in the season opener, at this stage.

With the 28-year-old now back in training, our football.london Tottenham correspondent Alasdair Gold has provided the latest on the striker.

His tweet read: ‘Harry Kane is set to remain in The Lodge at Hotspur Way, training on his own pitch, isolating until Thursday following his holiday.

‘Not expected to play a part against Manchester City at this stage, but that’s no shock.’

Read the full story here.

Tottenham urged to land Yves Bissouma signing

Paul Stewart hopes Tottenham will beat a host of rivals to the signing of Yves Bissouma.

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Bissouma has been one of the Premier League’s most consistently performing midfielders since joining Brighton & Hove Albion from French side Lille three years ago.

With Harry Winks being linked to an exit this summer, the Mali international is viewed as a perfect replacement by ex-Tottenham man Stewart.

He told This Is Futbol: “I think he’s a quality player and I’d love Spurs to get him.

“He’s 24 and Brighton did ever so well but he was a standout player. Bissouma stood out more than any of them.”

Fabio Paratici priorities revealed after Cristian Romero deal

With Cristian Romero being announced by the club on Friday, Spurs fans are already eager to find out who is next on Paratici’s wishlist as he aims to supply new manager Nuno Espirito Santo the ammunition needed to challenge for the top four next season.

In a Q&A with Tottenham fans, football.london‘s Spurs reporter Alasdair Gold provided the latest on what is next for the club.

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He said: “As I understand it, the priority next, after Romero, is another centre-back and then a right-back before looking further up the pitch.”

Could that central defender be Jules Kounde?

“Much depends on the player and whether Spurs have the funds to do the deal without selling first now Romero is arriving,” Alasdair explained.

“Sevilla certainly have an interest in Davinson Sanchez and Spurs like Kounde. Let’s see what happens with the Frenchman.

“It always felt like he wasn’t against moving to Tottenham, but they weren’t his first choice, with Real Madrid, in particular, his dream destination.

“I should stress that of course it’s only rumours about Chelsea at this stage and they could push through the deal and offer him Champions League football. I’m only speaking about what could happen if that doesn’t occur.”

Read the full Q&A session here.

Source by Football London

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