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What the Papers Say 23-29 June

Posted on 29 June 2003  - 12:00

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

Keeping an eye out for transfer tittle-tattle and speculation in the daily tabloid press...

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The Star links us with a move for Jody Morris, while the People suggests a move for Racing Santander midfielderYossi Benayoun.

No Spurs news.

The papers report on Helder Postiga's press conference, while there is speculation over Darren Anderton's future at the Lane.

The completed signing of Helder Postiga gets good coverage in this morning's papers with the Mirror quoting Portugal Brazilian coach Luis Felipe Scolari. "He is one of the promising youngsters I've seen anywhere in Europe," said the World Cup winning coach.

All the papers report on the expected capture of Helder Postiga - completed late last night. The Sun suggests that Bolton are on the trail of Ben Thatcher.

Only a few snippets in the tabs today. The Mirror and Express suggest that we are losing out in the quest for Bobby Zamora's signature due to a 20 per cent sell-on clause with his former club Bristol Rovers - Steve Coppell is said to want in excess of £2m for the striker to because of the payment.

The Star say that Monaco striker Shabani Nonda has opened the way for a move to England by turning down a switch to Lyon. The club denied making a move for the Congan last week.

Finally, the Sun says the West Ham are preparing for life after Freddie Kanoute - reportedly a Spurs target.

With England's fine win over Australia in the rugby, a victory over Pakistan in the cricket and the onset of Wimbledon, there are no Spurs links in this morning's papers.