Tottenham Hotspur round-up: Arsenal team news, January plans made clear and Janssen's agent speaks
Tottenham Hotspur take on Arsenal in the EFL Cup quarter-finals this evening. Spurs are expected to make some changes for the game.
Juan Foyth is fit again and expected to start whilst Davinson Sanchez is close, but likely to miss out.
Paulo Gazzaniga will start in goal whilst youngster Timothy Eyoma is hopeful of making his Spurs debut.
Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham Hotspur will not sign new players in January as the club have not got the money to do so. The building of the new stadium has left Tottenham unable to sign recruits in the winter, according to the Argentine.
The London Evening Standard is reporting that Tottenham’s main aim for January will be getting the likes of Vincent Janssen, Georges-Kevin N’Koudou and Fernando Llorente off of the wagebill along with Mousa Dembele because of his contract situation.
Speaking of Janssen, the Dutch striker’s agent has been discussing his future with ESPN.
Louis Laros says the Dutchman is currently focused on getting ‘100 per cent fit’ after a recent foot injury.
He went on to suggest Janssen was hopeful of joining another Champions League team and continuing his future away from Spurs.
You may also like…
- Emerson Royal says Spurs’ Lucas Moura has amazing potential
- Emerson Royal named Sadio Mane as toughest opponent yet
- £15m Tottenham player is set to play his 101st match in just two seasons against Norwich on Sunday
- ‘I really like him’: Jamie Carragher thinks that Tottenham have a very ‘special’ player in their ranks now