Here is your Tottenham Hotspur morning digest on Friday, April 9.
Spurs make contact with agent
The 21-year-old forward has shown fine form in Serie A this season, netting 13 goals in the Italian top-flight so far.
His return in front of goal has attracted interest from numerous clubs, according to the report, with Spurs among the parties.
Vlahovic has reportedly been identified as an alternative option to Carlos Vinicius, who Spurs have the option to sign on a permanent basis at the end of the season.
Mourinho’s to-do list
Tottenham take on Manchester United on Sunday and before the match, Jose Mourinho has plenty of things to do.
Spurs were held last weekend at the relegation-battling Newcastle United, as Mourinho‘s men again failed to hold onto a lead.
Ahead of Sunday’s game, football.london has taken a look at what’s on the Spurs manager’s to-do list.
Mourinho needs to make a Gareth Bale decision, with the Wales star potentially the key to getting Spurs back to creating chances again.
Tottenham have not looked as good since Bale went off the boil in the North London Derby and then dropped out of Mourinho’s plans again.
Read what else is on Mourinho’s to-do list here.
McManaman advises Kane on next move
Steve McManaman has told HorseRacing.net that Harry Kane should stay at Tottenham if he’s happy at the club.
Kane has been linked with a move away from Spurs, with the two-time Golden Boot winner looking to win major honours – and it’s been suggested that he has a better chance of doing that away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Former Liverpool, Manchester City and Real Madrid star McManaman said: “It’s easy to say; ‘You need to leave Spurs because you need to be successful and win trophies.
“Tottenham want to be successful, but it’s hard in the Premier League when you’ve got Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City knocking around next to you.
“Of course that’s difficult. But the main thing for Harry Kane, for me, is for him to be happy.
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“If he’s happy and scoring goals and being a legend and wants to stay at Tottenham, so be it. It doesn’t matter what team he goes to play for, he’ll always be wealthy enough and well-rewarded because he’s a super player.
“He’s got a young family, his wife and children might be happy where he is, they might have a family immediately close to them where they’re all happy, the children might be in happy schools.”
McManaman added: “That’s the important thing.
“Of course, in an ideal world, he’ll want to be successful, but if he moves to Manchester, if he moves to Madrid and you’re unhappy, and your wife’s unhappy, your children are unhappy, it makes a mockery of your decision. As long as he’s happy, he’s going to be a superstar wherever he plays.”