Bale, Coentrao, Pjanic, Halilovic, Lopez, U21's, Cole, Vertonghen, Huddlestone,

Gareth Bale and the London Evening Standard tell us the talks are ongoing whilst the Star say Real Madrid have snubbed him, that's a unique take on it, whilst others start speculating that they have no money to pay for him. The Star go on to tell us young striker Alvaro Morata was our top choice and Portuguese full-back Fabio Coentrao and Argentine winger Angel Di Maria were also options to include in the deal.

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Take a look at last night's article, it looked at the weakness of the Rose Fryers combination we may have to start with against Crystal Palace. Today;s game may give you an opportunity to look at some of the points raised (opens in a new window).
Spurs left sided weakness 
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The Star finish by saying the trio have insisted they are staying at the Bernabeu. Utter garbage. Madrid wanted to include players to reduce the cash they would have to pay and Levy doesn't want players included, cash if you want him boys. Coentrao has expressed a strong desire to get away from Madrid as he hasn't settled and the fans don't like him, he gets booed. There are rumours that he has agreed wages and could sign for us next week.

In other Gareth Bale news his 'Eleven of Hearts' celebration logo has been successfully trademarked. That could stand to make him up to £3million a year, according to Nigel Currie, director of sports marketing agency brand-rapport.

He said: "The possibilities are huge for Gareth Bale. Once he has that right he can cash in on it and become a more well-known player.

"A third of his overall income could be made from his image rights, potentially up to £3million a year."

Continuing the policy of linking us with virtually ever midfielder in the world the Mirror say we are after AS Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic again.

Whilst Sportske Novosti report Daniel Levy was spotted with Dinamo Zagreb executive director, Zdravko Mamić, where they were allegedly discussing the transfer of Croatian wonderkid Alen Halilovic.

Former target Lisandro Lopez has gone to Quatar, another to cross off the list, not that he was ever on it in this window but the press would like to think he was. Who we have tried for and who we have bought show we were and are after a better class of player.

Chelsea U21 2 Tottenham U21 4 - the boys were easily the better side taking a 4-1 lead after going behind and coasting in the game, Chelsea got a consolation right at the end.

Some website are linking us with Carlton Cole and wrongly suggest he played and scored 2 in the behind closed doors friendly against Enfield Town. The lad is using our facilities to stay fit for which ITK suggests he is digging his hand into his pocket.

Tottenham have denied Barcelona have made a bid for Belgian midfielder Jan Vertonghen. Belgian paper Het Laatste Nieuws has reported Barca have offered £23 million.

And finally Sunderland are said to have come back in for Cardiff target Tom Huddlestone. Willl Tom get over his phobia about signing his name on a bit of paper, we'll see.





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