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 By Ben Pearce

Harry Kane must make his own decision between Spurs and England

In-demand Harry Kane is at the centre of a club vs. country debate and also wanted by Manchester United.

The club vs. country issue is simmering again as Gareth Southgate prepares to name his England squad for the European under-21 championship and Harry Kane finds himself stuck in the middle of it.

Mauricio Pochettino has reminded everyone there are "different interests" when it comes to the 21-year-old striker.

Southgate is likely to pick Kane to lead the way for his country in the Czech Republic, while Spurs want him to have a break after a long, hard season.

Pochettino says "it is the FA's decision"...

 By Ben Pearce

Danny Rose stars as Spurs deepen the gloom for Hull City

Danny Rose impressed and scored his fourth of the season as Tottenham eased past Hull City.

After last weekend's embarrassment at Stoke, Tottenham bounced back with 2-0 win over doomed Hull City.

Nacer Chadli got the crucial breakthrough after a neat through ball from Erik Lamela, and soon after, Danny Rose latched on to Ryan Mason's dinked ball over the top to volley home in style.

That will have been a relief for coach Mauricio Pochettino, who looked more animated than usual in the first half, showing his frustration with his side's inability to break through.

Perhaps he has been told...

 By Nick Miller

Hull City edge closer to relegation following desperate loss at Spurs

Hull City manager Steve Bruce praises his side for their fighting spirit, but laments the absence of key players throughout the season.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts on Hull City's 2-0 defeat at Tottenham; a result that pushes Steve Bruce's men closer to relegation.

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1. A drab match as Hull begin to slip away

For the first half of Tottenham's 2-0 win over Hull, neither goalkeeper was required for much more than enjoying the sun that was gradually disappearing as the shadow of the stands crept across the pitch.

The noise at half-time was noncommittal, the sound of nearly 40,000 people puffing out their cheeks and contemplating what...

 By John Crace

Tottenham welcome back three popular alumni in final home match

Tottenham and former U.S. International Brad Friedel looks back on his 23-year career.

Relegation-threatened Hull feature three former Tottenham players in Michael Dawson, middle, Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore, right.

With their usual inconsistency, Tottenham have played themselves into a situation where Europa League football is once again all but inevitable. All that is really left to be decided is whether they have to endure two or three two-legged qualifying ties before beginning the dreary six match pre-Christmas continental games.

With not much to play for, there is a sneaking hope from this columnist that Hull win on Saturday. Not to embarrass Tottenham, their manager and club executives any further, though...

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Man United taken with Harry Kane; New Bale plan; Valencia want Cavani

Spurs striker extraordinaire Harry Kane is now on Manchester United's radar.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears.

Harry Kane tops Manchester United's wish list

With the news that Manchester United will be active this summer window, have we got a doozy for you.

The Daily Mail have indicated that Tottenham it-man Harry Kane is at the top of Manchester United's target list this summer.

We're going to let you drink that one in for a bit ...

You read that one correctly, folks....

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham would be wise to strengthen starting XI this summer

Tottenham's record signing Erik Lamela says he wants to stay at White Hart Lane, as speculation increases over a move back to Italy.

It has been clear for a while that Tottenham have a big summer ahead and that their success in the transfer window is likely to define what they can achieve next season. It will be interesting to see how big of an overhaul is ahead because, even if the club can shift their deadwood and recruit their top targets, there are plenty of cautionary tales of teams who have done too much at once. The Spurs themselves, Liverpool and relegated QPR can attest to that.

The Lilywhites signed six players last...