Spurs’ Top Four Chances Better with Kane, says Alderweireld

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is back on the team fit and ready to play. Before the suspension of football activity,Jose Mourinho's Tottenham has been on the verge of collapse. The team has been struggling a lot and this three-month break will be a blessing to them.
The players who were on the grip of injury have enough time to return to fitness. They have lost to Wolves and Chelsea on the Premier League.In the Champions League, they lost to RB Leipzig where they didn’t even score a goal in both the legs.

The club had most of its players on injury with Harry Kane suffering from a hamstring injury. Heung-min Son had a broken arm from February and Moussa Sissoko had undergone a surgery in prior a ligament injury in the knee. They all are back to fitness by the practice on three months back.

Tarkowski seeking a return to national team

Burnley defender James Tarkowski claims that he is very focused on getting his place in the England national team for the Euro 2021. The coronavirus pandemic has postponed the European Championship and this provides an opportunity for players, who are out of form and favour, to win a place back in the national team. This is one of the primary ambitions forTarkowski who has been unable to add to his national team appearances for a couple of years now. The defender has made two appearances for the national team, but he has not featured since September 2018.

Steven Gerrard Keen to Help Rangers Liftthe League Title Again

Steven Gerrard is not hurrying to return to Liverpool and he is very much comfortable staying with the Scottish club Rangers. He confirms that Liverpool will be his team always. He has an extension of the contract with Rangers as he has made impressive development in his leadership. With the development of work in the Scottish club has given him an opportunity to have discussions with Liverpool.

Calvert-Lewin reveals two Everton teammates who have helped him

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has revealed that Mason Holgate and Ben Davies have helped him during the tough times at the Merseyside outfit. The 23-year-old is currently in his fourth season with the Toffees first-team and he has taken his game to the next level ever since the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti in December.

JUVENTUS CHASE KANE

Juventus are ready to offer Paulo Dybala plus cash in order to persuade Tottenham Hotspur to part way with England's star player Harry Kane.

Kane, 26, made a fine start to the season, he has scored 17 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions for Spurs before he tore his hamstring in a 1-0 defeat away to Southampton on new year Eve. The striker has not played since then.

CITY TRIUMPH IN LEAGUE CUP FINAL

Manchester City have won the Carabao cup for the third straight season. They defeated Aston Villa in Wembley to emerge as the Champions this year. Their third triumph in as many years. First half goals from Aguero and Rodri was enough for the Citizen to see off a spirited comeback from Aston Villa.

City were patient with their build up play and they had to wait patiently for the opener. It did arrive in the 20th minute when a good work from Phil Foden ended with Aguero, the Argentina international did the rest, albeit with some assistance from Tyronne Mings.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer critical of Jesse Lingard’s miss at Watford

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has acknowledged that Jesse Lingard chose the wrong option when he was clear on goal against Watford in the Premier League. The Red Devils had the chance to score in the 34th minute of the game but the opportunity was squandered by Lingard, who failed in his attempt to chip the ball over goalkeeper Ben Foster.

In the second half, the Hornets scored twice between the 50th and 54th minute after individual errors from David de Gea and Aaron wan Bissaka respectively and they managed to hold onto the advantage for the entire match. Speaking after the defeat, Solskjaer admitted that the first half performance was very poor and his side could not make a comeback, particularly after conceding twice before the hour mark.

Frank Lampard says Sterling can be the perfect role model for Hudson-Odoi

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has said that Callum Hudson-Odoi has the potential to be the complete player and he should learn from the progress of Raheem Sterling. The England international made his long-awaited comeback against Grimsby Town in the League Cup third round and he has since earned some Premier League minutes off the bench against Brighton & Hove Albion.

He was able to leave a mark in both games with a goal and an assist respectively and Lampard has no doubt that the club graduate can become a top performer, should he follow the right path, he told reporters: "I know Callum's talent and he's got huge talent, hence why the club was so keen to get him signed up and we're all delighted with that. But there is a lot of work to do.

Rooney urges Jadon Sancho to stay put

Former England international Wayne Rooney has urged Jadon Sancho to stay put with Borussia Dortmund rather than pursuing a fresh challenge elsewhere.

The young attacker has been the subject of interest from Manchester United in the past few months but Rooney believes his compatriot is better off continuing his development with the Bundesliga side.

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