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Five things learned from Tottenham's pre-season defeat to Juventus

Mauricio Pochettino explains that while Spurs fell to Juventus, he takes plenty of positives away from the match.

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Five conclusions from Tottenham's 2-1 defeat to Juventus in the International Champions Cup.

1. Spurs need a centre-back

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was quick to defend centre-backs Dominic Ball, 20, and Cameron Carter-Vickers, 18, post-match, but the manager cannot have been reassured by the duo's first-half displays. Ball's mistake gifted the ball to Roberto Pereya, who rode Carter-Vickers' weak challenge and set up Paulo Dybala. The Englishman presented Dybala...

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Trending: Juventus sign Higuain, resist on Pogba; Arsenal bid for Lacazette

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop applauds the signing of striker Gonzalo Higuain by Juventus.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

JUVENTUS: Gonzalo Higuain has completed his move from Napoli to the Serie A champions. Juve activated the 28-year-old's €94 million release clause. Higuain, who scored 36 goals in 35 games in Serie A last season, has signed a five-year contract.

- Meanwhile, sources have told ESPN FC that Juve want €120 million from Manchester United for Paul Pogba. More negotiation is required and, if the deal is to be done, United will probably...

Can Tottenham still compete despite not making any superstar signings?

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he is happy at the club and has no intention of leaving for the Argentina job.

After making more noise than almost anyone else last season, from the rising crescendo of their title run-in to the almighty crash of their last three games, it has gone a bit quiet around Tottenham Hotspur right now.

Big appointments and big signings at other clubs have seen the North London club go under the radar, but that's possibly to their benefit given the underwhelming summer that many of their players had. None of Mauricio Pochettino's squad really impressed at Euro 2016 other than...

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Tottenham's Harry Kane uses dogs to announce he is expecting first child

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno assesses Tottenham's plan for success in the 2016/17 season.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains why Harry Kane signing long term with the Tottenham makes perfect sense.

Harry Kane used an unusual method of announcing that he and his partner Kate Goodland are expecting their first child.

The Tottenham striker made the pronouncement on Twitter, with an accompanying picture of his two pet dogs confirming the baby is due in January.

He said:...

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham fringe players get chance to impress Pochettino on tour

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Tottenham need more depth.

It will be particularly difficult to assess the readiness of Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham side when they take on Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the International Champions Cup on Tuesday and Friday, respectively, given the majority of the squad's stars have been left at home.

Yet there will be various players, battles and issues to keep an eye on. Indeed, the absence of so many first-team players arguably heightens the interest and provides more talking points.

Pochettino's selections, the game...

Tottenham's Australia tour could disrupt plans for the new season

The ESPN FC crew discuss the expectations Tottenham should have heading into the 2016-17 season.

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Tottenham's arrival on Saturday was a low-key affair with little of the frenzied welcome that often greets Premier League teams travelling overseas. Just as well, because fans and media alike would have struggled to recognise many of Spurs' 24-man group.

Ten youngsters aged 17-20 and without a first-team appearance between them made the trip, along with DeAndre Yedlin, Harry Winks and Joshua Onomah, none of whom have made a league start for the club.

Christian Eriksen, Erik...