There are media reports that Tottenham Hotspurs might make a £11million bid for Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama. The negotiations have already stated and may reach a conclusion in the days to come.
It is believed that talks will continue during the week, and a decision will be taken on whether Wanyama will leave Southampton or not. The Kenyan international joined Southampton in 2013 for a fee that is reported to be £12.5m.
The player currently has one year left on his contract, and Southampton will be keen to let him go now rather to see him move on a free transfer at the end of the season. This is the second bid that Spurs will be making for Victor Wanyama after they failed to sign him at the start of last season. Continue reading “Tottenham go for Victor Wanyama”
Former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock has urged the Liverpool manager to sign N’Golo Kante in order to boost the midfield. Indeed, the French international has been an instrumental player for Leicester City last season and helped them win the Premier League.
Stephen Warnock believes that having a player like N’Golo Kante in the Liverpool midfield will improve the team and helped them win trophies. He has urged the Liverpool manager to make a bid in order to bring the French player to Anfield. Continue reading “Warnock: Klopp should sign Kante”
Tottenham only managed to draw against West Bromwich Albion where a win would have helped them cut down their deficit on Leicester.
Leicester is currently 7 points clear of Tottenham and could win the title by defeating Manchester United on Sunday. Spurs will be downhearted that they could not score with the many occasions that they received during the game.
Tottenham started the match well and caused all kind of troubles to West Brom. The first occasion came to Eriksen on a free-kick which the West Brom goalkeeper diverted into a corner. Continue reading “Tottenham title hopes dented by a draw against West Brom”
Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph is very much looking forward to be back amongst the action after the international break.
The former Aston Villa man moved to the Etihad stadium in the summer against the advice of many. Delph was seen as a spare man who would fill up the home grown spots in the squad. His signing was compared to the arrivals of players like Adam Johnson in previous years. However, Delph went with confidence and started only five league matches. He has been out with an injury since the end of January, which have prevented his impact in the team. Continue reading “Fabian Delph to be back soon after International Break”
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri believes that star striker Jamie Vardy is expected to be fit for the league match against Tottenham. This match comes just days after the two teams met at White Hart Lane for an FA Cup fixture. The match finished as a 2-2 draw, which meant that Leicester have not won in the last four matches of all competitions.
This is a significant drop in form and one that threatens the club’s top four position. Leicester have been considered as title challengers in the last few weeks after they went past Christmas while maintaining their position near the top.
However, failure to win four matches in succession is likely to take the confidence out of the team. It becomes harder to win games in the future and the likes of Manchester City and Tottenham are primed to take over the second spot from Leicester. Ranieri has been able to get the best out of the players so far, but even he has struggled to cope with the absence ofVardy. The 29-year-old is the top scorer in the Premier League with 15 goals in 20 appearances. However, he has missed the last couple of matches due to an injury, but he is set to return for this crucial away trip against Spurs. Continue reading “Claudio Ranieri believes that star striker Jamie Vardy is expected to be fit”
A goalless draw against Manchester United wasn’t enough for Hull City to ensure their Premier League stay as Steve Bruce and his players are now shifting to the Championship League and the coach himself admits that his team deserved this as they haven’t been performing good enough throughout the entire season.
Steve Bruce voiced the disappointment of how his team has been performing in this season as the coach of Hull City said: “It’s an awful experience and it will dawn on the players we are not in the Premier League anymore. There is talking and soul searching to be done. It is bitter and sad at the moment. We all have to take the brunt of it; we have not been good enough. I thought at the start of the season we would have enough to stay in the Premier League but we have not done enough. You have to come back as strong as posible.” Continue reading “Steve Bruce says that his team hasn’t been good enough as they suffered relegation”