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Transfer Talk: Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea to battle for Ross Barkley

Tottenham and Chelsea are set to do battle for Everton's England international Ross Barkley.
The Telegraph reports that Spurs are preparing to table an offer, with Chelsea set to follow suit with one of their own. Spurs are ready to offer £20m up front with a possible £8m more in add-ons, but the Telegraph writes that they "do not have a clear run at Barkley."

For more on Ross Barkley to Tottenham Hotspur or Chelsea, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

Tottenham's loss to Chelsea latest example of Wembley heartbreak

Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Tottenham's run of bad results at Wembley and how they can overcome that this season.
Steve Nicol is full of praise for Chelsea after their win at Wembley, but says Tottenham deserved something from the match.
ESPN FC's Liam Twomney, Dan Kilpatrick, and Alison Bender check in from Wembley to discuss Chelsea's 2-1 win over Tottenham.
Mauricio Pochettino insists the "Wembley effect" is not the reason Tottenham lost to Chelsea.

For the fifth time in six matches since the start of last season, Tottenham Hotspur failed to win at Wembley, losing 2-1 to Chelsea on Sunday in their first home Premier League game of the season.

For Spurs fans, including the 73,587 there, the match followed a horribly familiar pattern. Mauricio Pochettino's side were the better team for long periods, finishing with 68 percent of the possession and 18 shots to Chelsea's nine, but poor finishing and sloppy mistakes were their undoing, and the visitors...

Tottenham must reverse perception of Wembley curse after Chelsea defeat

Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
Craig Burley assesses the impact of all 22 players on the field for Spurs vs. Chelsea, highlighting Marcos Alonso's impact.
Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.

LONDON -- There really is no place like home and don't Tottenham know it. They have certainly made every effort to make Wembley feel like "home" after their temporary move to the national stadium while White Hart Lane is being rebuilt, but for all the Tottenham banners, flags and even the executive box windows bearing a frosted image of the club crest, Wembley is still anything but home for Mauricio Pochettino's players.

Having signed off at White Hart Lane in May with an unbeaten home record...

 By John Crace

Hugo Lloris and Victor Wanyama struggle in Spurs' Wembley woe

Tottenham lost against Chelsea as their season at Wembley got off to a disappointing start.
Tottenham lost against Chelsea as their season at Wembley got off to a disappointing start.
Tottenham lost against Chelsea as their season at Wembley got off to a disappointing start.
Tottenham lost against Chelsea as their season at Wembley got off to a disappointing start.
Tottenham lost against Chelsea as their season at Wembley got off to a disappointing start.

An 88th minute goal from Chelsea's Marcos Alonso ensured Tottenham's season at Wembley got off to a losing start. It was a killer blow; all the more so because it was largely self-inflicted.

After clawing their way back into the game with a late equaliser, Spurs made two uncharacteristic errors in defence while pressing for the winner. First, Victor Wanyama needlessly gave the ball away and then Hugo Lloris allowed Alonso's near-post effort he should easily have saved to squeeze under his body.

Though...

Marcos Alonso ruins Tottenham's Wembley welcome as Spurs suffer

Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
Craig Burley assesses the impact of all 22 players on the field for Spurs vs. Chelsea, highlighting Marcos Alonso's impact.
Craig Burley takes to the touchscreen to dissect Chelsea's team shape in their victory against Tottenham.

LONDON -- Three thoughts from Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

1. Wembley woe for Tottenham

Just like last season's FA Cup semifinal defeat to Chelsea, Tottenham probably did not deserve to lose this game.

But they did, and the manner of this defeat means it is far more damaging than the one in April. Michy Batshuayi's own goal eight minutes from time, cancelling out Marcos Alonso's 22nd-minute free kick, appeared to have salvaged a deserved point for the hosts, which...

Mauricio Pochettino remembers old roommate, idol Diego Maradona, fondly

Paolo Bandini and the FC crew react to Tottenham's signing of Davinson Sanchez and discuss the options he gives Pochettino.
Mauricio Pochettino says Kieran Trippier could play against Chelsea and calls for an end to talk about Spurs' Wembley hoodoo.
Victor Wanyama says Tottenham won't be out for revenge against Chelsea at Wembley. Wanyama was speaking at Leagoo's unveiling as Spurs' official mobile phone partner.

Mauricio Pochettino still struggles to find the right words in English. The Tottenham manager has been discussing the problem of signing players and competing with Spurs' wealthier English rivals, topics he has no difficulty articulating. But now he looks to his assistant and unofficial translator Jesus Perez for help.

"It's so difficult in English to express myself and my emotions," Pochettino says. He is thinking back to 1993, when he was a 21-year-old defender at Newell's Old Boys. That September,...