1pm Tottenham news LIVE: Sabitzer transfer target, Kane to Juventus, Boga and Milik wanted – The Sun

SPURS utterly failed to overturn a one-goal deficit in Leipzig as they were humiliated 3-0 in the former East German city.

And that could spell the end of Harry Kane's time at the club, with Juventus and Man Utd circling.

Meanwhile, Tottenham could return to their Champions League conquerors and pinch Marcel Sabitzer – but face competition from North London rivals Arsenal.

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


    Former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor was always a bit of a hot head but even by his standards this was a bit much.

    The striker is currently plying his trade in Paraguay and gave his new fans a glimpse of what they are in for when he was sent off for karate kicking an opponent.


    Tottenham have been handed a huge boost with the news that Manchester United could be without Anthony Martial for Sunday's huge Premier Leaue clash.

    In the Red Devils' derby victory over Manchester City last time out, the Frenchman was left with two open wounds after smashing into the goalpost.

    United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already ruled Martial, 24, out of Thursday's trip to face LASK in the Europa League.

    And he may not recover in time for the game against Jose Mourinho's Spurs.

    Solskjaer told reporters: “Anthony hurt himself when he slid into the post so he's not ready for [the LASK] game.

    “Hopefully he can be ready for Sunday but I'm not sure. He's struggling a little bit.”


    Tom Huddlestone believes Tottenham have been missing Moussa Sissoko's presence in the middle of the park.

    He told BBC Radio 5 Live Sport: “Speaking to a few of my Tottenham fan friends, I think Sissoko has been finding his feet in the last year to 18 months, so I think he's been a massive miss in the midfield.

    “He's got the tenacity, the energy, the strength and his non-stop running for 90 minutes.

    “I think the three of them combined [Kane, Son and Sissoko] have been a big miss throughout the spine of their team.”


    Former Tottenham goalkeeper Paul Robinson has lifted the lid on the lengths his old club have gone to ignite Tanguy Ndombele’s career.

    He told Football Insider: “You can understand why the manager has criticised him. Mourinho’s comments were pure frustration.

    “He has been given a dietician, a chef, a personal trainer – every opportunity to make the best out of himself. Putting in a performance like that, he has chosen not to.

    “You never know what you are going to get and some days he does not look like he fancies it and that has been far too often.

    “The manager is putting his arm around him or using the big stick but nothing is working. Mourinho is frustrated because he knows the boy has talent.

    “The minimum requirement is maximum effort no matter how much talent you have got. The stats do not lie and they are unacceptable.”


    Harry Redknapp believes Jose Mourinho has “a big job to do in the summer” to reverse Tottenham's current downward form.

    He told Sky Sports News: “They've got a bit of work to do to get back to where they were a few years ago.

    “The last year or so they have gone backwards quite a way in all honesty – Jose has a big job to do in the summer.

    “He needs some good recruitment, a couple of new players and see where they go next year.”

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