Tottenham vows not to sell stars before next season

Yellow Sports Brian Jeeves reporting from Wembley Stadium

Yellow Sports Brian Jeeves reporting from Wembley Stadium

Tottenham entertain Everton on Saturday with assurances from chairman Daniel Levy that the likes of Harry Kane and Dele Alli will not be leaving this month or at the end of the season.

Spurs have been renewing the contracts of their star players in recent years, and whilst concerns linger of Toby Alderweireld's future, Tottenham appear to be pressing ahead with plans to tie other players down to new deals. When Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen isn't defending on the pitch, he's keeping up to date with his other sporting passion, the National Basketball Association.

Tottenham face Everton for the first time since they missed out on the signature of the Merseysiders' former midfielder Ross Barkley who joined Chelsea for £15 million instead.

After a busy week of FA Cup elimination and off the pitch activities, Everton get back to Premier League action with a trip to the capital to take on Tottenham Hotspur.

"Maybe in five minutes, something happens".

He said: "Until now, before the press conference, there is nothing close".

"I am confident always", Pochettino said. The manager believes that opportunities to make shrewd January signings are limited.

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'It's hard to keep secrets, ' he said. "Like Liverpool or Barcelona, they pay a lot of money and you can not stop the players like Van Dijk and Coutinho from leaving. It's always hard in this transfer window".

With Yannick Bolasie back in good health and a potential deal to bring Theo Walcott into the club alongside new striker Tosun, Big Sam needs his new look attack to deliver if his relative success is to continue at Everton. Despite the low value, we are backing the home side to claim a win in this fixture. Personally I think Everton need to get Bolasie into the side, he showed glimpses of the form that led to his £25million pound move from Crystal Palace and he could be the key man for Everton moving forward. We must compete in the best way, help the team and players to be better and compete with the team that we have.

The 45-year-old told reporters: "I'm not concerned, I'm not anxious".

"We don't have enough natural goalscorers so we have to try and work on that without losing our defensive qualities. But if not, no".

"However, while Pochettino has revealed that the club is "working" behind the scenes", the Argentine has suggested that he will only sign a player if it makes sense in the long term.

"And you want to win in the place you love". Of course at the moment he has achieved a lot of individual awards and would like to offer collective trophies to the club and the fans. He is top because of this.

The full-back took treatment at England's training base a year ago on the same knee, when he was out for nine months.

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