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Transfer Talk: Spurs trio want new contracts after Harry Kane's summer deal

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains the likelihood of N'Golo Kante or Isco going to Juventus, Manchester United landing Nicolas Pepe and more.

The transfer window for all of Europe's big five leagues is closed, but that doesn't stop Transfer Talk from rummaging around about who will be moving where come January.

Spurs trio want new deals after Kane's big contract

Several Tottenham Hotspur players are demanding pay raises following striker Harry Kane's big contract extension, according to the Sun.

Kane secured a six-year deal reportedly worth £60m over the summer -- the richest in team history -- following a season where he scored...

Premier League W2W4: Can Man City bounce back? Tottenham desperately need win

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol square off in predicting every fixture in the sixth week of Premier League action.

Ahead of each round of fixtures in the Premier League, W2W4 looks at the main storylines to keep an eye on.

1. Manchester City face a different test

It was amusing that, a day after Liverpool's schooling of Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League prompted some to conclude the French champions couldn't cut it in Europe because their domestic league was too easy, the English champions were beaten by Lyon. Manchester City weren't actually that bad and Pep Guardiola might turn this into a positive,...

Mauricio Pochettino must restore Tottenham's confidence after Inter collapse

Craig Burley believes Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino should practice the team-continuity that is helping Liverpool succeed this season.

It is strange to think that just three weeks ago Mauricio Pochettino's biggest concern was overconfidence, after a winning start to the campaign culminated in a 3-0 triumph at Old Trafford.

Now, after suffering three straight defeats for the first time in his Tottenham tenure, the Argentine finds himself trying to repair damaged morale and inject some belief.

"At 46 years old, loving this game, I understand that some tough periods can arrive," he said after Tuesday's 2-1 loss against Inter Milan....

Eric Dier highlights below-par midfield as Tottenham crumble at Inter

Paul Mariner breaks down how Spurs threw away their comfortable 1-0 lead at Inter to lose their opening Champions League match, at the San Siro.

Two late goals gave Inter Milan all three points in their Champions League group-stage opener against Tottenham, winning 2-1. Spurs started badly and were lucky to go into the break with the scores level, but after a deflected shot from Christian Eriksen had given them the lead early in the second half, they began to look more comfortable. Tottenham had several good opportunities to increase the lead, but a stunning volley and poor defending saw them slump to their third consecutive defeat for...

Liverpool pass biggest test yet; Ronaldo gets off the mark in Italy

Another test passed for Liverpool, this time away to Tottenham Hotspur, but you can see where Jurgen Klopp is coming from when he complained that the 2-1 victory did not match the performance, which was top-notch. Indeed, when you dominate as comprehensively as Liverpool did, conceding a goal in injury time and suffering through the final few seconds is not where you want to be.

That said, it shouldn't be doom and gloom, either. Three points is three points, and when they are accompanied by...

Weary Tottenham need an energy boost, Romelu Lukaku's defensive effort

Gab Marcotti breaks down his best XI from the fifth week of Premier League action and defends his exclusion of Andriy Yarmolenko.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop break down Saturday's fixtures from the Premier League, which saw Liverpool and Chelsea extend their winning streaks.
Stewart Robson and former Premier League referee Peter Walton share their thoughts on all the biggest decisions in the Premier League including the controversial call that denied Spurs a last minute penalty.
Shaka Hislop saw a complete performance from Manchester United in their win over Watford, but still sees room for improvement.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop delve into Maurizio Sarri's comment that Eden Hazard is the best European footballer.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says he doesn't like what he's seen so far from Liverpool's strikers to start the season.

Breaking down the highs and lows from the latest round of Premier League action.

Goal of the weekend

We have the "most valuable player" conversation quite a lot, but if the Premier League was to introduce an award for the player upon whom his team leans most, Wilfried Zaha would be a shoo-in. The Crystal Palace forward had done little vs. Huddersfield -- beyond having his ankle nearly snapped by Mathias Jorgensen -- when, seven minutes before half-time, he cut in from the left and lashed a shot...