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 By Paul Murphy

Chelsea's Marcos Alonso: Tottenham among Prem title contenders

Tom Starke talks to ESPN FC about Chelsea's title chances and how James Rodriguez will fare at Bayern.

SINGAPORE -- Chelsea full-back Marcos Alonso has said Tottenham are contenders for this season's Premier League title, just a day after his manager Antonio Conte questioned Spurs' ambition.

On Wednesday, Conte suggested that Tottenham had lower expectations than other top teams, saying that a failure to do well in big competitions was not a "tragedy" for the North London club.

Alonso, however, considers last year's Premier League runners-up as genuine title contenders.

"It's hard to say who our...

 By Chris Wright

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino scores wonder goal in training

Many fans have voiced their concerns over Tottenham's relative lack of action in the transfer market this summer, with new recruits currently few and far between.

However, it looks like Spurs might be gearing up to promote from within after an untried, untested young talent by the name of Mauricio Pochettino showed he can dispatch a mean free kick during a recent training session.

A fine strike and an even better celebration!

On that evidence alone, Pochettino could at least take a player-manager...

 By PA Sport

Chelsea's Antonio Conte: 'If I had to buy one striker I would go to Kane'

Antonio Conte feels Alvaro Morata will adapt to Chelsea's style of play very quickly.
Marcos Alonso feels Alvaro Morata will thrive at Chelsea but first needs time to adapt to his new squad.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has revealed his dream striker signing would be Tottenham's Harry Kane.

The Italian, who has brought in Alvaro Morata for £58 million, was not suggesting the Blues are looking to buy the England striker, but spoke of his admiration for the 23-year-old.

Kane has finished as the Premier League's top goalscorer for the past two seasons, and when answering a question about Tottenham's title ambitions, Conte told several national newspapers: "Tottenham is a really good...