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TOTTENHAM may have been held to a 2-2 draw at Arsenal after throwing away a two-goal lead.

But they will find positives in the fact that goalscorer Christian Eriksen remains at the club following international transfer deadline day – yet is in the final year of his contract.
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  • SPURS midfielder Victor Wanyama is reportedly considering retiring from international football.

    According to Nairobi News, the Kenyan ace could call time on his international career due to injury.

    They claim that Wanyama asked to miss the upcoming fixture against Uganda on medical grounds.

    Wanyama – who saw a move to leave Spurs fall through in the summer -has been battling knee injuries in the last two years.

  • INTER MILAN plotting shock move for Christian Eriksen next summer.

    According to Tuttosport, the Italian giants cannot afford the Dane's wages, which is why they will wait until next summer, when they can sign the 27-year-old on a free transfer.

    Inter will approach the midfielder's entourage as soon as possible though top get ahead of other clubs in the race for his signature.

  • HARRY WINKS admits he was frustrated to miss out on England chasing Nations League glory despite being fit.

    The Tottenham midfielder started the Champions League final but was not on Three Lions duty after missing a chunk of the season through injury.

    He said: “I spoke to the gaffer the week before the final. He called me & gave me his views.

    ” I totally respect the gaffer's decision, I was out for a few weeks after the operation and he had to name the team before the Champions League [squad] was announced, so I totally understand his thinking.

    “At that moment in time, my thinking was with Tottenham – to get fit, to get in that Champions League team.

    “Then obviously afterwards it would have been an hour to go away with England but for different reasons I totally understand why the gaffer did that. I respect his decision.”

  • HUGO LLORIS has claimed the Spurs squad accepted Christian Eriksen's desire to leave in the summer.

    A move failed to materialise for the Danish playmaker, with the player to only have six months left on his deal in January.

    Speaking of Eriksen at a press conference, Lloris said: “Obviously there were a lot of rumours during the transfer market.

    “He talked about this subject and we respected it.

    “But from now until the next transfer market he will be with us and like he showed against Arsenal he will be committed to his teammates and the club and there is no problem at all about that.”

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