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  1. 'Richarlison would fit into the Spurs system well'published at 09:37

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    Former Tottenham defender Stephen Kelly believes Richarlison would be a great addition to Antonio Conte's squad.

    The Brazil forward has been linked with a move away from Everton, with Spurs and Chelsea both reportedly interested.

    Kelly told BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily: "He can play as a back-up striker but he can also play in wide positions as well which makes a difference.

    "I know Son is going to start every game, but with Champions League football, if you bring in someone like Richarlison he can play left of the three, he can play right of the three because he is energetic, he is determined. Then he can play down the middle in the place of Harry Kane if you are changing it up.

    "I think he fits into the system quite well and I think it’s evident Conte is after him because of his work rate. You look at how hard he works, he is up and down, he’s tenacious as well. He’s got a bit of bite about him and that seems to be what Conte wants in his players, even in his attacking players he wants them to be feisty so he seems like someone that would fit into that quite well.

    "He would definitely be a good acquisition to add into the numbers because so far they have done well in the market and another player like that just strengthens it. If he comes off the bench he’s a threat, if he starts he’s a threat, so he is definitely a player that will improve things at Spurs."

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  2. Transfer news: Spurs want Gordon and Richarlison in a double dealpublished at 08:01

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    Tottenham want to sign Richarlison and winger Anthony Gordon from Everton in a double deal. Chelsea are also interested in Richarlison. (Sky Sports), external

    But Everton are not interested in selling Gordon, whose contract with the Goodison Park club runs until 2025, as part of any transfer involving Richarlison. (Liverpool Echo), external

    Spurs are also firm favourites to land Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet, despite interest from Roma in the 27-year-old. (London Evening Standard), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Tuesday's full gossip column

  3. 'A masterpiece' - your favourite Tottenham kits published at 15:56 27 June

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    To celebrate the Premier League's 30th anniversary, we asked you for your favourite Tottenham kit from this era.

    Here are some of your standout shirts:

    Paul: My favourite Spurs shirt of the Premier League era? Definitely the 1991-94 yellow shirt with the pop art checkerboard on the right shoulder. A masterpiece from Umbro!

    Clive: My favourite Spurs home shirt is from 2018-19 season, because it took us to our club's first Champions League final and I was able to go with my son!

    Benji: The early 90s blue third shirt, for me. From memory we kept it for three or four years. Lovely Umbro design with Spurs text faintly visible across the shoulders and thin pinstripes running down the front. Surprised there hasn't been a modern take on it. Cracking stuff.

    Andrew: I am a lifelong supporter of this fabulous club and my favourite shirt, I believe, is our current one.

  4. What is your favourite Spurs shirt from the Premier League era?published at 16:36 24 June

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    As the Premier League prepares for its 30th anniversary, we want to know what your favourite Tottenham kit is from this era.

    You've seen the shirt for the upcoming season, but tell us your pick from the past three decades and which memory stands out?

    Have your say here

  5. 'Hungry Winks would be out to prove a point at Everton'published at 15:07 24 June

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    Tottenham's Harry Winks will have a "point to prove" if Everton's interest in the midfielder results in a move to Goodison Park, according to BBC Radio London's Nick Godwin.

    The 26-year-old England international was integral to Spurs' team under former manager Mauricio Pochettino, but has fallen out of favour under Jose Mourinho and now Antonio Conte. He made 28 appearances in 2021-22, scoring just one goal and registering two assists.

    "Under Pochettino, he was that clever little player in midfield, who had quick accurate passing and would be able to cover the ground quickly - alongside linking the defence to the attack quickly," Godwin told Merseyside Sport on BBC Radio Merseyside.

    "He certainly will have a point to prove [if he joins Everton], as he just hasn't had any football. I think the last time he started for Spurs was the nadir of Conte's reign, which was a miserable display at Middlesbrough in the FA Cup.

    "Everton will be getting a hungry player and quite a specific player in midfield, if that is what Frank Lampard wants, and someone who is very keen to make a point.

    "Three years ago at Spurs, under Pochettino, it looked like the world was Winks' oyster."

    Listen to the full segment from Merseyside Sport, which also includes thoughts on Dele Alli, on BBC Sounds

  6. Draw made for Papa John's Trophy group stagepublished at 12:55 23 June

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    Rotherham won last season's Papa John's Trophy

    The draw has been made for the group stage of this season's Papa John's Trophy, with teams split into northern and southern groups and 16 Premier League under-21 sides again involved.

    In the southern section, Brighton have been drawn in Group A alongside Charlton Athletic, Colchester United and Gillingham, while in Group B Aston Villa join AFC Wimbledon, Crawley and Portsmouth.

    West Ham are in Group C with Cheltenham Town, MK Dons and Walsall, while Tottenham are joined in Group D by Stevenage, Peterborough United and Wycombe Wanderers.

    Fellow Londoners Crystal Palace are in Group E with Bristol Rovers, Plymouth Argyle and Swindon Town, while Southampton are with Exeter City, Forest Green Rovers and Newport County in Group F.

    Group G sees Chelsea take on Oxford United, Leyton Orient and Sutton, while crosstown rivals Arsenal are in Group H with Cambridge United, Ipswich Town and Northampton Town.

  7. Harry Kane's Euros armband on display at museumpublished at 11:18 23 June

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  8. Davies praises Spurs defenders published at 11:05 23 June

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    Ben Davies has praised his defensive colleagues after a fine end to the season helped them qualify for the Champions League.

    Davies formed part of a resilient back three with Cristian Romero and Eric Dier as Spurs won eight of their final 11 league games.

    He singled out Romero for the Argentina international's excellent debut season at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

    "He's been very good for us since he arrived," Davies told Spurs' official website, external.

    "He's good on the ball, strong at tackling and I think as a unit with all of our defenders we really clicked in the final part of the season.

    "We had a couple of late goals that were very disappointing - Brighton, Leicester - and if not for them, our record might look even better.

    "We've all adapted throughout the season and done really well together."

  9. Transfer news: Ajax to make Bergwijn offerpublished at 09:20 23 June

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    Ajax are set to make another offer for Tottenahm's Netherlands winger Steven Bergwijn, 24, but the Premier League club will not accept anything under £25m. (Sky Sports), external

    Southampton have attempted to deter interest from Spurs, Manchester City, Manchester United and West Ham in 27-year-old England midfielder James Ward-Prowse with a £75m valuation. (Give Me Sport), external

    Meanwhile, Leeds value Raphinha at £65m - with Tottenham, Chelsea and Barcelona all interested in him. (Fabrizio Romano on Twitter), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Thursday's full gossip column

  10. Transfer news: Spurs to have more Spence talks with Boropublished at 07:53 22 June

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    Tottenham are set to hold further talks to sign England Under-21 right-back Djed Spence, who spent last season on loan at Nottingham Forest, from Middlesbrough. (Sky Sports), external

    Meanwhile, Spurs are monitoring developments as Arsenal continue discussions to sign Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City, with Paris St-Germain also in the frame for the 25-year-old Brazil forward. (Mail), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Wednesday's full gossip column

  11. The new strip fits wellpublished at 17:36 21 June

    When Yves Bissouma was announced as a Tottenham player he stated he was "impatient and excited" to wear the club's jersey.

    The Mali international has posted a taster for Spurs fans.

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  12. Transfer news: Chelsea join Spurs in interest of Richarlisonpublished at 07:35 21 June

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    Chelsea have joined Tottenham in wanting to sign Richarlison from Everton, who want more than £50m for the forward. (Mail), external

    Midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojberg has been linked with a move away from the club but Spurs have no intention of selling the 26-year-old. (Football London), external

    Meanwhile, Spurs made contact with Christian Eriksen's camp a couple of weeks ago but have not followed up interest in their former midfielder, who spent the second half of last season at Brentford. (Football London) , external

    Want more transfer rumours? Read Tuesday's full gossip column here

  13. 'The sort of player we've been missing' - your views on Bissouma signingpublished at 17:04 20 June

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    We asked you how happy are you with the arrival of Yves Bissouma from Brighton and who else should be on Antonio Conte's radar this transfer window.

    Here are some of your thoughts:

    Stephen: I’ve wanted Bissouma for a couple of seasons. His energy and positional play is outstanding and he should give us further combative energy in the second phase.

    Michael: I think Bissouma is a brilliant signing. He may not be the most crucial position we need, but his passing and tackling are world class. He will definitely improve the squad. Didn’t he also complete the most tackles in the Premier League last year? What a signing.

    Sam: Great signing - bargain at £25m. Better stats than Hojbjerg and should start with Bentancur in the middle. Looking forward to seeing who else comes in - be nice to steal Jesus from Arsenal! Exciting times. COYS!

    James: Looks an excellent signing. He can tackle, pass, run with the ball and score the odd goal - the sort of player we've been missing. Should bring another dimension to approach play.

    Paul: Antonio Conte is the best manager for Spurs, long may he stay. His style of play and formation seems to get the best out of everyone. He would only want people who are passionate about playing for Spurs, not just along for the ride! The players he has brought in are fighters and want to win. Spurs have lacked this for 30 years.

  14. Have your say on Bissouma's arrivalpublished at 19:25 17 June

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    He played a starring role as Brighton achieved their best-ever finish in the top flight last season - and now he belongs to Tottenham.

    How happy are you with the arrival of Yves Bissouma? How key will he be as Spurs attempt to balance the Champions League with the rigours of domestic football next season? And what do you make of Antonio Conte's summer business so far in general?

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