JUVENTUS: Paul Pogba posted a picture of himself alongside his agent Mino Raiola, with the Juventus midfielder stating he is on his "holidays" still, as speculation continued to grow around Europe that a move for him to Manchester United is close.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn is optimistic that English football can introduce a winter break but said it cannot be implemented until the Premier League...
After making more noise than almost anyone else last season, from the rising crescendo of their title run-in to the almighty crash of their last three games, it has gone a bit quiet around Tottenham Hotspur right now.
Big appointments and big signings at other clubs have seen the North London club go under the radar, but that's possibly to their benefit given the underwhelming summer that many of their players had. None of Mauricio Pochettino's squad really impressed at Euro 2016 other than...
It will be particularly difficult to assess the readiness of Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham side when they take on Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the International Champions Cup on Tuesday and Friday, respectively, given the majority of the squad's stars have been left at home.
Yet there will be various players, battles and issues to keep an eye on. Indeed, the absence of so many first-team players arguably heightens the interest and provides more talking points.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Tottenham's arrival on Saturday was a low-key affair with little of the frenzied welcome that often greets Premier League teams travelling overseas. Just as well, because fans and media alike would have struggled to recognise many of Spurs' 24-man group.
Ten youngsters aged 17-20 and without a first-team appearance between them made the trip, along with DeAndre Yedlin, Harry Winks and Joshua Onomah, none of whom have made a league start for the club.
Some people are never happy. Usually at this time of year, Tottenham fans are tearing their hair out at the club's reluctance to strike early in the transfer window. Now many fans are grumbling Spurs have been buying the wrong players.
While many of the top Premier League clubs have been making big name, big money signings, Spurs have bought Victor Wanyama, Vincent Janssen and have all but concluded the deal to bring Marseille winger, Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, to White Hart Lane.