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Transfer Talk: Tottenham Hotspur stalking Riyad Mahrez

One sticking point appears to be Leicester's ยฃ50m asking price for the former Premier League Player of the Year. (Michael Regan/Getty Images)
The Standard reports that Spurs have asked to be kept informed of the 26-year-old's position with the Foxes, and are ready to pounce if any movement is made. As always, Spurs are keeping their cards close to their chest. This move has deadline day deal written all over it.

For more on Riyad Mahrez to Tottenham Hotspur, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

 By Chris Wright

Dele Alli bamboozles Tottenham legend Ledley King with card trick

Tottenham Hotspur have touched down in the United States ahead of their grand preseason tour kicking off with an International Champions Cup match against Paris Saint-Germain in Orlando this coming Saturday.

To help break the monotony of the long-haul flight in transit, Dele Alli decided to wow former club captain Ledley King with a slick card trick.

Turns out that Alli is just as mesmerising with a pack of cards in his hand as he is with a football at his feet.

The young midfielder also found...

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham gamble by being so patient in the transfer window

Spurs correspondent Dan Kilpatrick explains why Tottenham are unlikely to spend big in the summer window.
Shaka Hislop says Eric Dier is a versatile player who could help United, but questions the potential transfer's business sense for Spurs.

This was the moment last year when suspicions about certain players' futures were confirmed.

As Tottenham's squad headed off to Sydney to take part in the International Champions Cup (ICC), Nabil Bentaleb, Federico Fazio, Alex Pritchard and Clinton Njie were all left behind.

Mauricio Pochettino soon announced that while Njie had picked up an injury, "the situation of the other three players... is very clear. They are not in my plans and they know". In the end, Njie was discarded as well.

Wednesday's...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Liverpool, Spurs struggle in market, but positives for Chelsea, Man United

The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest news, views and gossip in the transfer window.

There is now no such thing as a close-season in football, especially not for the executives who run Premier League clubs.

The sight of Manchester United executive vice chairman Ed Woodward watching British & Irish Lions rugby in New Zealand last month brought howls of social media outrage, with one report suggesting Jose Mourinho was not impressed. 

Where players and managers must deliver results during the season, officials like Woodward, Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo and...

Tottenham continue steady progress among European elite

Spurs correspondent Dan Kilpatrick explains why Tottenham are unlikely to spend big in the summer window.
ESPNFC's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick believes Spurs may struggle to compete financially in the transfer market.

A quick way to find out about the size and success of a European football club is to look at their preseason schedule. For example, last summer Premier League champions Leicester City played Barcelona in Stockholm and Paris Saint-Germain in California. This summer, Premier League also-rans Leicester City play MK Dons, Wolves and Burton Albion closer to home.

Tottenham finished two places behind Leicester in 2015-16 but continued to challenge at the top last season, and they leave for the USA on...

 By Michael Cox

Tottenham, with no new signings, are actually having the best summer

Shaka Hislop says Eric Dier is a versatile player who could help United, but questions the potential transfer's business sense for Spurs.
Alejandro Moreno evaluates Manchester City's move to bring in right-back Kyle Walker.

Summer is a bad time for English football fans. If it's an even-numbered year, we've grown accustomed to the England side crashing out of major international tournaments in embarrassing circumstances. Odd-numbered years are even worse: there's no football at all. Over the past couple of decades, however, things have changed significantly in those dreaded odd-numbered summers.

Once upon a time, there was genuinely an "off-season" with no televised football and minimal coverage in newspapers or...