Here are all your latest headlines from around N17 on the evening of March 26.
Harry Kane blasts teammates
Hugo Lloris is not the only Tottenham player to lay into his teammates.
The France and Spurs captain labelled the defeat to Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League as a disgrace and called some of the players’ attitudes into question too.
And Harry Kane has joined that chorus now.
Speaking to the club’s official website, he blasted the Spurs players, saying: “You can lose football matches, you can have games where the opposition are better, but that wasn’t really the case.
“We didn’t have any fight, any passion and that’s embarrassing from our point of view as players, we’re the ones on the pitch and we have to control that.”
Summer transfer plans revealed
Jose Mourinho will be looking to do some effective business in the transfer market this summer, if he remains in a job in N17.
The Portuguese has a lot of deadwood to dispose of, while he will be keen to bring new blood into the club too.
However, football.london understands that given the financial climate, Mourinho will have to sell before he can buy.
So, to that end, reporter Rob Guest has taken a look at the fates of all the first team players at the club, and who is likely to stay and who could be offloaded.
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Dele Alli exit
What does the future hold for Dele Alli?
The midfielder has fallen out of favour under Jose Mourinho this season and is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines after being hooked during Spurs’ embarrassing Europa League exit at the hands of Dinamo Zagreb.
Alli had looked likely to leave for Paris Saint-Germain in January and a reunion with Mauricio Pochettino.
And there are talks that could come to fruition in the summer.
However, our friends at the Express report that Pochettino is keen to sign West Ham ace Manuel Lanzini this summer, having been keen in January, and that could derail any hopes Alli might have of leaving, with PSG unlikely to sign both.