What the papers say
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).
We take a look at what the papers have to say about Tottenham Hotspur.
FRIDAY MAY 25
Goodbye Sol, hello Arsenal
Sol on his way
Sol Campbell is back in the news with the Mirror and Mail claiming that he has said his goodbyes at White Hart Lane.
The Mirror suggests that Arsenal will be big Sol's destination, but says he will also be talking to Liverpool, Leeds and Chelsea, while the Mail states that treble-winners Liverpool are favourites for this summer's most coveted signature.
THURSDAY MAY 24
No Spurs-related stories in today's papers.
WEDNESDAY MAY 23
Sheringham lined-up for return to Tottenham
Sheringham on his way
Spurs take second sip of Sheri
Sheri says 'yes' to a White Hart return
Sheringham heads back to Spurs
Speculation mounts that we've offered Teddy Sheringham a two-year deal to return to the Lane.
TUESDAY MAY 22
Hod's Ziege KO
Charlie Wyett says Liverpool have turned down a £3.8m bid from Glenn Hoddle for full-back Christian Ziege.
Ferdinand new deal
Ferdy signs new deal
Both papers report the club's announcement that Les Ferdinand had agreed a new, two-year deal. Les is quoted in both admitting: "This will be my last contract and I'd urge Sol and Darren to sign up as well."
Inter in for Sol
The Mirror report Inter Milan technical director Gabriele Oriali admitting that Patrick Vieira and Sol Campbell were top of his shopping list. "We are interested in Sol but it's looking difficult to get him away from Spurs," he said.
MONDAY MAY 21
A-four I go
Steve in an outstanding man and a terrific coach...he'll do well
Season ends with own goal for champions
After the United fallout, Ferguson faces up to job and a half
Campbell puts onus on Spurs to resolve future
Should I stay or should I go now
The Monday reflective pieces continue along the same road as the Sundays with Sir Alex Ferguson's future the only real angle.
Sol will stay UK
Sol Campbell is quoted in most newpapers about his future. "The ball is in Spurs' court now. There are ups and downs in negotiations. We'll see in the next two or three weeks what happens but there is no hurry. But I can say that playing abroad is not in my mind at the moment."
SUNDAY MAY 20
Ferguson denies United walk out
Champions fade at finish
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
Spurs feast on a United divided
Sad end for Fergie
So simple for Simon
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Ferdinand is in party mood as United slump
Willem the conqueror stuns Reds
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Don't let Fergie go
Ferg-et it...I'm not leaving
Sir Alex Ferguson's future at United predictably hogs the headlines although there is praise for our performance and in-particularly Simon Davies.
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Sol wants £29m deal
The NOWT's Planet Football gossip area suggests Sol Campbell wants £100,000 per week after tax to stay at the Lane. The same pages link us with a move for Charlton full-back Paul Konchesky.
Hod bids £5.5m for Southgate
The Mirror links us with a move for Aston Villa defender Gareth Southgate.
SATURDAY MAY 19
Hod: Stay Sol, we're ambitious
Hoddle wants Sheri back home at Spurs
Sheringham's young enough for Tottenham
John Cross reports on yesterday's contract negotiations between the club and Sol Campbell, with boss Glenn Hoddle quoted: "There's a lot more communicating to be done over the next three to four weeks and we don't expect an immediate decision." Meanwhile, John Dillon and the Express's Paul Joyce report Glenn's thoughts on any possible move for Teddy Sheringham. Glenn said: ""We know he might be available, and he is someone I have admired for many, many years. He is a player of quality. But I don't know whether he feels it is right to leave United. Teddy may be in a position where he feels United is the place where he wants to see out his career."
Hod hunts £5m Ziege
Mike Ellis suggests Liverpool will sell their German full-back if they can recoup the £5m they paid to Middlesbrough for him.