Tottenham Hotspur morning news: Spurs consider Adebayor loan, club to consult fans over chants

A round up of the key news stories linked to Tottenham Hotspur this morning.

Andre Villas-Boas is keen on sending Emmanuel Adebayor out on loan according to reports.

Adebayor will train with the reserves when he returns to the club this week following leave to grieve the loss of his brother.

The manager is thought to be open to a loan deal and Queens Park Rangers are reportedly among the clubs interested in offering him an option away from White Hart Lane.

Tottenham Hotspur are set to consult with fans over recent proposals to cut down the use of the word ‘Yid’.

The FA recently revealed that anyone found using the word in conversation or chants could face prosecution with attempts to stamp anti-semitism out of the game.

“There is a document that Spurs will be sending out to season-ticket holders in due course. It's a questionnaire, and basically what the club want to ascertain is do the fans think now is the right time to stop using this identity,” THST chairman Darren Alexander told PA Sport.

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Spurs striker Roberto Soldado has praised the instant effect Christian Eriksen has had since joining the club.

The Danish midfielder made his debut in the weekend win against Norwich City playing a key role in the 2-0 victory.

Soldado has praised the way Eriksen has taken no time at all to settle into the physical and fast paced nature of English football which only means good things for the club.

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