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SPURS have it all to do if they're to overturn a 1-0 deficit against RB Leipzig and stay in this season's Champions League.

Jose Mourinho's men remain without a recognised striker but there has been a positive update with Harry Kane back in training.

Follow all the latest build-up, gossip and transfer news below…


    Arsenal and Spurs target Willian has dealt Chelsea a blow after admitting he could leave this summer.

    The Brazilian winger, 31, is out of contract at the end of the season and wants a three-year deal to remain at Stamford Bridge.

    Speaking to ESPN Brazil he said: “I still don’t know. There’s nothing with any other team. There’s no offer from any team. My negotiation for now is with Chelsea. There’s still nothing concrete from any team.

    “And the situation with Chelsea is still that way. They offered me two, I demanded three, and it stopped there.

    “There’s nothing much. I always like to make it very clear the respect I have for this club, the affection I have.

    “Regardless of my situation, one thing I can say: I’ll always try to do my best, give my best on the pitch for this team.There’s really no offer from any club.”


    Tottenham are looking to sign Napoli's Arkadiusz Milik in the summer, reports Calcio Napoli 24.

    The Polish forward is a top target for a number of clubs, including Arsenal, Valencia, Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.

    Napoli have reportedly requested a £40m fee in order to let the striker leave.


    Pep Guardiola admits he would rather the season is put on hold than play games behind closed doors due to the coronavirus.

    He said: “We are conscious of it because it has happened already in Italy. The league is suspended, in Spain the next two weeks are behind closed doors.

    “It is going to happen here. The tendency rises at the same level as Italy before and in Spain right now. The other issue you have to ask is it worse to play football without the spectators.

    “We do our job for the people and if the people cannot come to watch us, there is no sense. I would not love to play matches in the Premier League or Champions League or the cups without the people.

    “But we are going to follow the instructions of the governments. Everybody around the world is involved in that and we just follow what we have to do and follow the instructions. “


    Former Sunderland striker Kevin Phillips believes Harry Winks is a future Spurs skipper.

    Speaking to Football Insider about whether Winks could wear the armband, he said: “Definitely. I think he is a good player.

    “He can play that holding role, a more advanced role in the midfield as well because he travels well with the ball.

    “He has an eye for a pass and does not score that many goals but he strikes the ball well. His mentality is good. There is captain material within him, given more experience.

    “I do not know what he is like in and around the place but I know Harry Kane is very outspoken. Winks comes across as a quiet person but it does not matter.

    “Captains do not need to shout, they need to lead by example and he is always capable of producing something.”


    Arsenal, Spurs and Bayern Munich are all reportedly keen to snap up Willian on a free transfer.

    According to the Daily Telegraph, the trio are all eyeing up a move for the Brazilian who will be out of contract in the summer.

    The Blues are keen to tie him up to a new two-year deal, though Willian has demanded a three-year extension.

    Willian, 31, has not yet been offered his terms, and he is free to speak to clubs outside of the Premier League.

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