Here is your latest Tottenham Hotspur headlines on Saturday, August 14.
Harry Kane update from Nuno
Nuno Espirito Santo has stressed that he will decide on Saturday whether or not Harry Kane will be involved for Tottenham against Man City.
“Harry [Kane] is a part, a part of the group,” stated Espirito Santo.
When pressed if that would be a playing part, he added: “That part we will decide tomorrow, not only with Harry but with all the players involved in the training sessions.
“We have to decide a squad, decide a team then we go to the hotel and all these decisions are not today.
“But all the players that were in the training session today are a part of us.”
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Dusan Vlahovic bid prepared
Tottenham are preparing to step up their interest in Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic, according to The Express.
Spurs have been linked with Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martinez in recent days, but it is now understood that deal is unlikely to happen, with it being reported that the Argentine will sign a new deal with the Italian giants instead.
As a result, Tottenham have now turned their attention to Vlahovic, and have spoken to the player’s agent, Darko Ristic, about a potential move. It has been claimed that they are now readying an offer for the 21-year old.
The Serbian striker has also caught the eye of La Liga champions Atletico Madrid. They have reportedly tabled an initial offer of £45m plus bonuses for Vlahovic.
Furthermore, Tottenham may have to move fast if they want to secure the signing the highly-rated Fiortentina goalscorer.
Pep Guardiola refuses to talk on Kane
Pep Guardiola has said that he will not talk about a transfer move for Harry Kane ahead of Manchester City’s clash with Tottenham this weekend.
Last week, Guardiola confirmed that City were interested in signing the striker, but that if Tottenham were not willing to negotiate a deal, then there was little they could do about it.
But responding to a question over Kane at his pre-match press conference ahead of City’s clash with Spurs, Guardiola said: “I answered this question the previous press conference. He’s a player from Tottenham Hotspur, so I’m not going to talk about.”
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Source by Football London