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HARRY Kane helped Spurs beat Real Madrid in the Audi Cup as their pre-season preparations continue – and he's vowed to be better than ever this season.

And things appear to be moving in the right direction as far as transfers are concerned with Giovani Lo Celso closing in on a move and Toby Alderweireld looking more likely to stay – although fans still want #LevyOut.

As for former striker Clinton N'Jie, fans may not have seen a lot of him at the Lane, but they can see him in action now after he accidentally posted a sex tape to Snapchat.

Follow ALL of the latest Spurs news, updates and gossip below…

  • BARCELONA winger Malcom is set to join Zenit St Petersburg.

    The former Tottenham and Arsenal target has failed to shine since his move to the Nou Camp last year.

    Now he appears to be heading to Russia to resurrect his career, according to Sky in Italy.

    The two clubs have agreed a £36.5m fee for the Brazilian forward.

  • TOTTENHAM take on Bayern Munich tonight in the Audi Cup Final.

    Mauricio Pochettino's side defeated Real Madrid yesterday to reach the pre-season showpiece.

    Now they face another tough task in German against the Bundesliga giants.

    Here is the Spurs line-up

  • SPURS could re-enter the race to sign Angel Correa from Atletico Madrid after the forward’s proposed move to AC Milan hit a stumbling block.

    The Italian giants first have to sell Andre Silva to Monaco.

    But the ex-Porto man failed a medical with the French club.

    And that could open the door for Spurs to consider a swoop – despite turning down the opportunity to sign him earlier in the window.

    Calciomercato claim they are interested along with Valencia.

  • SPURS flop Vincent Janssen has claimed he has no regrets about joining the club as he explains why he failed to succeed in North London.

    The Dutch international – who was brought to Tottenham in 2016 from AZ Alkmaar – joined Mexican side Monterrey last week.

    Speaking to the Telegraaf, he said: “The Tottenham chapter did not go the way we all wanted, but I think I would make the same choice if I had another chance. 

    “If you play at AZ and there is such a large club that you want, then as a young boy you will be impressed. Apart from the lesser moments, I also learned a lot.”

    He added: “In the beginning I missed opportunities that I sometimes think afterwards: ‘if I had finished them, things could have turned out differently’.

    “Anyway, I’m not going to blame myself for that sort of thing. I have always given one hundred percent.”

  • FURIOUS Mauricio Pochettino dropped a huge transfer bombshell after Tottenham’s Audi Cup win over Real Madrid yesterday.

    The Spurs boss called for his title to be changed from manager to coach because he is no longer in charge of transfer dealings.

    He said: “Maybe the club need to change my title description now, because my job now is to coach the team.

    “[Transfers are] not a question for me, they are a question for the club, and maybe they are going to change my title description.”

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