Pochettino will let England global leave Spurs, big clubs interested

Kristopher Nichols
August 25, 2018

Tottenham have reached an agreement with UEFA to play their opening Champions League home match at Wembley Stadium. (Martin Rickett/PA) Tottenham finally ended a 23-year wait for a league victory at Old Trafford with a 3-2 win during September 2012.

Wanyama was hampered by a knee injury during the second half of last season and is yet to feature this campaign but the Kenyan worldwide is close to returning to action after resuming first team training this week.

The Spurs' marksman showed at the World Cup that once he has scored his first goal he can string them together in impressive fashion, and Jose Mourinho will know he has to try and give the former Premier League Golden Boot victor all his attention when trying to concoct a defensive plan to keep one of the world's elite strikers quiet.

The EFL can give permission for Tottenham to reverse the tie or play at a neutral venue if they are drawn at home and a request is made, and the club now wish to gather the consensus of their fans.

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Tottenham's early successes this season have been encouraging but now is the moment when they can truly take forward strides; when they will show whether they are capable of keeping up with the pacesetters for more than a couple of weeks.

"We know Tottenham are a great team but we need to get the win if we are to aspire to win the league... it's a very important game", new signing Fred told Sky Sports. We're going to be up for it. "We've just got to try to do that".

Should 28-year-old Rose decide to leave, Spurs already possess more than adequate back-up in academy product Kyle Walker-Peters while Kieran Trippier remains first choice ahead of Serge Aurier on the right side of defence.

"That is history, we are trying to set the basis to win, we are breaking records about good results but of course it is not enough".

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