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Ryan Sessegnon set to leave as a free agent this summer

Ryan Sessegnon will be a free agent when the summer transfer window opens on July 1, and Tottenham do not have any plans to extend his contract. According to Fabrizio Romano, the 24-year-old wide man will move on, and he prefers to continue in the Premier League.

Source: The Hard Tackle

Club to visit Korea this summer as part of pre-season tour

We are delighted to announce that our Men’s first team will travel to South Korea as part of its pre-season tour of Asia this summer.

It follows an earlier announcement that the Club will also be visiting Japan in preparation for the 2024/25 season.

Source: Official Site

Spurs in the 2024/25 UEFA Europa League – new format explained, draw dates, key information

Our 3-0 victory at Sheffield United on the final day of the Premier League season on Sunday rubber-stamped a fifth-place finish and a spot in next season’s UEFA Europa League.

It means we’ll return to the competition for the first time since 2020/21, although the tournament will take a different format to the one we last contested.

Source: Official Site

Squad for Australia trip confirmed

The travelling squad for this week’s visit to Melbourne, Australia, for our post-season friendly against Newcastle United has been confirmed.

We’re set to take on Premier League rivals Newcastle at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Wednesday (22 May), kick-off 7.45pm local time in Australia (10.45am UK).

Official Site 19 May 24

Getir quits UK with multimillion pound Tottenham Hotspur debt

Getir, the grocery delivery app which this month confirmed plans to exit the UK, has an outstanding debt to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club running to millions of pounds.

Sky News understands that Turkey-based Getir, whose three-year training kit sponsorship deal with Spurs expired at the end of the Premier League season on Sunday, owes close to £5m to the club.

Source: Sky News

Tottenham ready to sell five stars as Ange Postecoglou identifies two transfer priorities

Ange Postecoglou is planning to make notable changes to his Tottenham squad in the summer transfer window and his budget will be supplemented by a series of first-team player sales.

Source: Daily Mirror

Ange Postecoglou says Tuesday's 2-0 defeat by Man City was his "worst experience as a manager".

"I think, as I said at the time, we have some work to do. It is clear and evident and that is what we need to focus on.

"I have been determined from day one. Nothing has changed. I haven't been deterred, if that's what people are worried about.

"When you accept the role you accept what comes with it. Nothing has changed in terms of how we go about that. But you have to know where you are at."

BBC Football 17 May 24

Sheffield United vs Spurs 0-3

Giovani Lo Celso is a doubt ahead of our final game of the season. Ange explained that the midfielder picked up a knock to his knee in Tuesday's defeat to Manchester City and therefore it is not certain whether he will be available for the battle with the Blades.

"The only one that's a bit of a doubt is Gio Lo Celso," our Head Coach said. "He got a knock on his knee, he didn't train today but we'll see intraining tomorrow.

Yves Bissouma, Richarlison, Destiny Udogie, Manor Solomon, Fraser Forster and Ryan Sessegnon remain out.

Official Site 17 May 24

Premier League clubs to vote on scrapping VAR

Premier League clubs will vote on whether to scrap video assistant referees (VAR) from next season at their annual general meeting next month.

Wolves have formally submitted a resolution to the Premier League which will trigger a vote when the 20 member clubs meet in Harrogate on 6 June.

The club said VAR was introduced "in good faith" but has led to "numerous unintended negative consequences that are damaging the relationship between fans and football".

BBC Football 15 May 24

One of the worst things ever to happen to football IMO

Tottenham agree deal to sign George Feeney

Tottenham have agreed a deal to sign striker sensation George Feeney.

Spurs have beaten multiple Premier League clubs in the race to sign the 16-year-old from Northern Irish side Glentoran.

Source: Football Insider


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