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).
Tottenham talk and transfer tittle-tattle from the daily tabloid press...
Thursday July 19
A quiet day but a snipet in the Express says we are still interested in Pep Guardiola and confident of pipping West Ham to his signature.
Wednesday July 18
Poyet in bust-up
Spurs survive Gurney scare
Reflections on Tuesday night's 3-1 friendly win at Swindon, details of which can be found here. The Sun centres on a clash between Swindon's Gareth Davies and Gus Poyet at a 79th minute corner. Davies was immediately substituted by manager Andy King.
Spurs are not my team, so I won't put down roots in London
I won't walk out on Spurs
Most of the tabloids pick up on quotes attributed to Sergei in Russian newspaper, Sport Express.
"I'm not seriously putting down roots in London. My present team, which I hope to see qualify for the Champions League in the new season, is not top of my dreams," Sergei is quoted as saying.
His agent Sandor Varga moved to distance Sergei from the reports, Saying: "Sergei is happy and absolutely enjoying his life in London. His family is settled in a nice house in Chigwell. The only things he wants to change are the results.
"He would like to fulfil his five-year contract and help Spurs back to the top. They have spent a lot of money to get him and he wants to give them something back. That's his vision."
Tuesday July 17
£4m Ziege lands his role at Spurs
Ziege can win his Spurs
Delighted Ziege seals £4m switch to Spurs
The papers report on our agreement to sign Christian Ziege from Liverpool, who is preparing to sign a five-year deal.
Meanwhile, the Express adds that Josep Guardiola may snub a supposed move to Spurs for a switch to West Ham. Upton Park boss Glenn Roeder is reported to be set for talks with the Barcelona midfielder in the next two days.
Monday July 16
Spurs go to see
Hoddle's £10m move for Seedorf would be just perfect for Poyet
Both the Mirror and Express say we are preparing a £10m bid for Inter Milan midfielder Clarance Seedorf. Glenn Hoddle later denied the report.
Sunday July 15
Freund fires a warning to Hod
The Mirror's Chat Zone claim Southampton are preparing a £2m bid for Tim Sherwood while Steffen Freund says he will not be happy just being a bit-part player. He is quoted: "I'm not a player to make trouble and as long as I'm at Spurs I will gove everything for the club. But I will not be happy playing in the reserves or just being on the bench."
Saturday July 14
Get off my back
Sol Campbell hopes that fans fury over his switch to Arsenal calms down. He said: "Maybe it was a natural kind of response but hopefully it will die down. Both parties need to move on, football goes on. I spent a lot of years at Spurs, but now I am at Arsenal. Change comes to everyone."
Friday July 13
A tiny snippet in the Star is all that's about on a news day reflecting on Manchester United's signing of Juan Sebastian Veron and the return of Peter Schmeichel to English football with Aston Villa.
The Star snippet says Christian Ziege's move is on hold as the German is seeking a pay-off from Liverpool as he didn't ask for a transfer.
There is a good picture in the Mail headlined 'When Teddy met Sergei' of the hopefully prolific duo doing their stretches.
Thursday July 12
Gus: I was cheat
Revelations from Gus Poyet from a television programme to be screened next week. "It was normal in South America to try scoring with your hand or kick someone without the ball," he told 'Frankly Football: 30 Somethings', on Carlton TV on Tuesday. The Star's piece also picks up on our interview with Goran Bunjevcevic.
Pay delay for Ziege
The Mirror suggests our move for Christian Ziege has been put on hold because Liverpool are refusing to pay up his contract.
Wednesday July 11
All quiet on the Spurs front today, but a tiny snippet in the Sun says ENIC have sold their stake in Greek club AEK Athens.
Tuesday July 10
£3m Ian won't walk it
Walker's new fight
My Sol shocker
All the tabs report on Ian Walker's departure for Leicester on Monday either in short report or snippet form, most taking the line that he will again have to fight for his place in the team.
Tim Flowers and Simon Royce stand in the way of Walks' first team ambitions and he stated: "There are no guarantees of automatic selection and I understand that. The best man will be picked."
He also offered a view on Sol leaving, and expressed surprise at his eventual destination. "I would never have done that," he is quoted as saying. "It surprised me Sol went to Arsenal, just as it did a lot of people. I haven't spoken to himabout it, but I will in the next few weeks. It is what he wanted to do and he's made a brave move."
On the subject of his lack of first team chances at the Lane, Ian added: "I just couldn't stand the thought of another season playing second-fiddle. It was becoming harder and harder to go in and do my work knowing I had no chance of a game. Glenn Hoddle left me in no doubt a move would be my best choice."
Monday July 9
Hod's eye on Kelly
The Sun say they expect us to complete a £600,000 swoop for Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Alan Kelly on Monday.
The Mail quote Leicester boss Peter Taylor saying that a £2million deal for Ian Walker is 'very close' while, more of a surprise, they link Luke Young with a £1.5million move to Charlton.