Tottenham target Christian Eriksen has been talking about his future once again, and has said he is open to a move to the Premier League. The £20 million rated Ajax attacker though told La Gazzetta dello Sport that he would prefer to move at the end of the season, and will not go anywhere until he is ready. Tottenham were said to have enquired as to his availability with the Dutch side last month. The Dane added he has his eye on the Europa League Final at the Amsterdam Arena as the ideal way to bow out, after qualifying for the competition by beating Manchester City to third spot in their Champions League group.
Scott Parker is hoping to make his long awaited Tottenham comeback this Sunday against Swansea, his first appearance of the season. The midfielder aggravated an Achilles tendon injury for England at Euro 2012, and is expected to take his place amongst the substitutes at the weekend with both Sandro and Dembele in fine form.
How does Dembele's start at Tottenham compare with Modric's at Madrid? You can view the statistics relating to their seasons so far and have your say as to who you would prefer at Spurs.
Football Italia have repeated Tottenham's links to Wesley Sneijder, stating Spurs have joined the queue of clubs interested in the Dutchman, although there is very little detail available in their report to back up their claims. You can read it here.
Porto winger and Spurs target Christian Atsu was ruled out of a move to White Hart Lane last month by a report claiming he was about to sign a new contract, but it could be back on after he rejected the deal. The 20-year-old Ghanaian previously worked with Andre Villas-Boas, but Spurs will face competition for his signature from clubs across the continent, including Borussia Dortmund and Valencia, write the Express.
River Plate winger Carlos Sanchez says he is flattered by reported interest from Tottenham, The Uruguayan said: "I once said that I had the dream of playing at Manchester United, but I am happy about the interest of Tottenham."
Andre Villas-Boas has backed Spurs to bounce back from their defeat to Everton, and has said their upcoming week of rest will be especially important. He has said he expects the player to step up a level for their next two home games as a result.
And finally, with Jake Livermore touted for a loan switch to QPR, Nick Harris takes a look at what the midfielder can bring to Harry Redknapp's new side.
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