England, PL fees, Vertonghen, Soldado & Origi

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Right let's get into the Tottenham News Shorts - Issue 33, recent news which concerns England plummeting in the FIFA world rankings, Adam Lallana vs Toni Kroos, Jan Vertonghen, Roberto Soldado and Divock Origi.

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England have slipped 10 places in the official FIFA World Rankings to 20th. Thanks Roy, knew you were the right man for the job!
  1. Germany
  2. Argentina
  3. Holland
  4. Colombia
  5. Belgium
  6. Uruguay
  7. Brazil
  8. Spain
  9. Switzerland
  10. France
  11. Portugal
  12. Chile
  13. Greece
  14. Italy
  15. USA
  16. Costa Rica
  17. Croatia
  18. Mexico
  19. Bosnia-Herzegovina
  20. England
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The cost clubs want to charge for players demonstrate why clubs look abroad for cheaper options. Premier League clubs sell players at inflated fees, the money for Luke Shaw was just crazy, a better foreign defender cost half as much.

Which would you buy?
Adam Lallana (26): £25m, 1 Johnson's Paint Trophy with Southampton
Toni Kroos (24): £24m, 12 trophies with Bayern Munich & a World Cup

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Tottenham will offer 27 year-old Belgium defender Jan Vertonghen a new five-year contract, including a hefty pay rise from his current £45,000-per-week deal papers report. Negotiations with his representatives started before the World Cup when he expressed his willingness to stay. Barcelona still retain an interest as one of their back-up options.

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Inter Milan are set to step up their interest in Roberto Soldado and could make a £15m move for the Tottenham striker. Latest news is that Soldado is happy at Spurs after his troubles and the club are not looking to sell him. We do have bids in for strikers and it's a question of wait and see what develops, if anything.

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Liverpool have agreed a fee and personal terms for 19 year-old Belgium striker Divock Origi but face competition from Spurs. Liverpool want to loan him back to Lille and head coach Rene Girard has insisted the striker will play for the Ligue 1 side next season.

Any deal is being held up because Origi doesn't want to stay at Lille so while Liverpool remain favourites, Spurs offer of joining the first team squad appeals.

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