Wolves are on the verge of finally thrashing out a £15m deal for goalkeeper Rui Patricio, after positive talks on Tuesday.
by: Josh Challies — Football Fancast 2h
Tottenham are set for defensive changes next year but their priority should not be landing a new addition.
by: Adam White and Eric Devin — The Guardian 3h
Thibaut Courtois won the Golden Glove in Russia and David de Gea was picked in Fifa’s team of the year. What about Lloris?
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Matthew+Smith+For+Mailonline — Daily Mail 4h
Harry Kane and Dele Alli have linked up brilliantly on the football pitch for Tottenham and England - and they make a decent team on Fortnite too, as a clip posted to Kane's Twitter proved.
by: Josh Challies — Football Fancast 14h
Tottenham are poised to experience major changes in 2019 and this departure is just one of those on the cards.
by: N/A — Sky Sports 19h
England midfielder Eric Dier believes he
by: Jason Burt — The Telegraph 20h
Eric Dier has declared that England “put a marker down” to the rest of the world with their impressive 3-2 Nations League victory over Spain.
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Jack+Bezants+for+MailOnline — Daily Mail 16 Oct
Takeover talk has been sweeping across Old Trafford with reports Saudi Arabia's second in command, Crown Prince Mohammad, is considering an offer to buy the club.
by: Gregg Bakowski — The Guardian 16 Oct
Lorenzo Insigne to Liverpool? | Alberto Moreno and Toby Alderweireld to Barcelona? | The new Andrea Pirlo to Chelsea for £17.6m?
by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 16 Oct
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly interested in signing PSV Eindhoven winger Steven Bergwijn, but following his latest display for the Netherlands they should forget about it.
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Associated+Press — Daily Mail 15 Oct
The chairman of Tottenham opposes the Premier League club's temporary home of Wembley Stadium being sold to a rival for both soccer and NFL.
by: N/A — BBC 15 Oct
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy tells fans the building of the club's new stadium will not directly affect their transfer policy.