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 By John Crace

Mousa Dembele a Tottenham enigma amid Sunderland transfer rumours

The ESPN FC crew look at who has a better chance of finishing higher between Liverpool and Tottenham.

After a Tottenham training session last year, each player was asked to pick the most talented member of the squad. One name cropped up more than any other; that of Mousa Dembele.

The Belgian midfielder was the players' player. The footballer with the skills and attributes they most envied and admired. What could the professionals see in training that few others got to see on match days at White Hart Lane?

It's a question many fans have come to ask and yet the answer remains tantalising out of reach....

Pochettino searching for Spurs formula to reach Champions League

The ESPN FC crew look at the latest transfer rumours in the Premier League.

It is one small step in the league table but one giant leap for Tottenham; going from fifth to fourth and being eligible for Champions League qualifiers.

In May, Spurs finished fifth for the fifth time in 10 seasons. Even when they finished fourth in 2012, they were denied the prize they wanted when sixth-placed Chelsea won the Champions League to qualify for the following season's competition at Tottenham's expense. And recent history suggests they are more likely to regress than progress the following...

 By Ben Pearce

Benjamin Stambouli failed to convince Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham

Benjamin Stambouli has left Tottenham after just one season at White Hart Lane.

If any player underlines the confusion of Tottenham's last few transfer windows it is Benjamin Stambouli.

Having sold two members of the "magnificent seven" who were signed in the 2013-14 window -- plus Lewis Holtby, who arrived in January 2013 -- Spurs have now moved on one of last summer's recruits, with the Frenchman returning to his homeland to join French champions Paris St-Germain.

It was well-known that Mauricio Pochettino was keen to recruit Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton last summer...

 By John Crace

Tottenham do well out of Younes Kaboul sale to Sunderland

Younes Kaboul's last appearance for Tottenham came in a January FA Cup defeat versus Leicester.
Younes Kaboul played 110 Premier League games for Spurs in two spells.

Another one bites the dust. Slowly, slowly, the pile of players surplus to Spurs' requirements is being whittled down.

Defender Younes Kaboul was sold to Sunderland on Thursday for a fee believed to be in excess of £5 million. Chairman Daniel Levy's hardball tactics have paid off again. It's a big fee for an injury-prone player who has been out of sorts and out of favour for the best part of two years, and it represents a good deal for Spurs.

It's not a bad one for Kaboul either, who remains...

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham fans pleased with impressive start to the transfer window

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes chats with former NFL coach Herm Edwards about the NFL's deal with Tottenham.

There is still almost a month to go before the Premier League kicks off again but Spurs fans can afford to be cautiously optimistic. So far the club are having the summer they needed to have.

The fear was that despite Mauricio Pochettino's desire to get business done early and "punch before the opponent," chairman Daniel Levy would engage in familiar games of brinksmanship in order to get the best possible prices for the players who were arriving and departing, undermining his head coach's chances...

 By John Crace

Daniel Levy raises Tottenham ambition by pushing forward stadium plans

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy and NFL Executive VP Mark Waller discuss plans to play NFL matches in Tottenham's new grounds.

The magic number was 60,433. When Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy finally announced the details of the new stadium at White Hart Lane earlier this week, Spurs fans reserved their biggest cheer for the number 61,000. That was the number of seats it would have, just squeezing out the Emirates as the largest Premier League ground in London. It's petty, I know, and Arsenal could easily squeeze in an extra 570 seats between now and 2018, but every little helps in Tottenham's rivalry with their North London...