Tottenham are busy preparing for a north London derby against Arsenal as both sides fight for a European spot.
Their respective hopes for the Champions League are quickly fading away – even if the Manchester City ban is respected and fifth place is enough – and the defeat will almost never end, but every chance to qualify for next season’s European Cup in that season will run out. which is definitely a must for both executives.
In all likelihood, the Spurs are playing for the initiative in the race for a Europa League spot – and the chance to deal a blow to Arsenal’s recent awakening under Mikel Arteta – when they host their fierce rivals for the first time. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Sunday.
Tanguy Ndombele was among those who trained in Tottenham while waiting for his first start since the restart of the Premier League.
Ndombele has been the subject of an approach from Barcelona, but Spurs is unwilling to discuss a move to sign the record at the moment, despite Mourinho’s doubts about French.
La Barca has proposed a multi-player cash deal as Spanish cash-strapped giants are unable to offer a commission outright.
Ndombele has been playing about an hour of football since football has returned since the coronavirus ended and will consider its future at the end of the campaign.
Meanwhile, Eric Dier (above) has also been caught in training on Hotspur Way, although he will not be eligible to appear against Arsenal as he is serving the first of a four-game ban imposed by the FA to enter the grandstand after the FA Cup defeat in Norwich earlier this year.
Dele Alli will miss for the game against the Gunners as he struggles with a hamstring injury.
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