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Wanted Tottenham ace admits 'anything can happen in future'

19 Mai 2017

That was enough to guarantee Mauricio Pochettino's side second place in the Premier League and a spot in the Champions League group stage.

Walker has been linked with a move to Manchester City, while Alli has emerged as a target for Spanish giants Real Madrid.

West Ham United captain Mark Noble is to undergo surgery for a long-standing abdominal injury and will miss the last two Premier League games of the season, the club said yesterday.

Goalkeeper: The Spurs boss isn't expected to make wholesale changes to his team despite the club being guaranteed to finish second in the table so Hugo Lloris should continue between the sticks tomorrow. Seriously wealthy owners, the Champions League riches and huge stadia (with Chelsea and Spurs on the way) have seen to it that the gap gets wider and wider with each passing season. Defoe sits on 15 goals following the events of May 13, and the England global has been a bright spot for what has been the worst club in the country's top-flight.

"The only other reason that they might want to leave our club is that they're only being paid x amount and someone has offered them two x".

"There is no buyout clause in my contract", said Pochettino.

The jury is still out on Liverpool, who've been inconsistent at best this year, but they do at least have their own future in their hands. Join the Playing for 90 team! There's little question he can still hit the back of the net on a consistent basis, and he's in fantastic shape. And they nearly are good enough; they have a very well-rounded team but just lack that added bit of quality. "He is great, one of the best strikers in the world and now we try to keep going and he tries to finish in the best way and then we look forward to next season".

"We are trying to take the best decision to give them rest and at the same time to give the best preparation for next season, because if not we'll struggle again".

Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris, who both take home in the region of £100,000 a week, are the club's top earners.

"It's true that you need younger players".

Per Richards, Alli's impressive form for Spurs since he joined the club in 2015 has led to talk of a big-money move to Los Blancos.

Tottenham Hotspur's Terry Naylor (right) lets the ball go during a match against Wrexham at White Hart Lane (PA Images).

Wanted Tottenham ace admits 'anything can happen in future'