Spurs linked with 'next Ibrahimovic', Sandro calls for winning streak

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A round up key news stories about Tottenham Hotspur this morning.

Tottenham are being linked with a striker who has been dubbed the next Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Halmstads Valmir Berisha grabbed attention with a hat-trick for Sweden against Argentina at the under-17 World Cup.

The Mirror has suggested that Spurs will need to part with a fee of around £500,000 to make the deal go through.

Andros Townsend is aiming to use England’s games this Friday and next Tuesday to further his World Cup credentials.

England host Chile in a friendly this Friday before they take on old enemy Germany next week.

“There aren’t too many opportunities to play for England between now and when he [Hodgson] picks the squad, so I have two games where I have to force my way on to the plane and that is what I will look to do whenever I am given the chance,” said the winger.

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Spurs midfielder Sandro says a five game winning streak will put the club back on track in the Premier League.

Spurs have struggled in recent matches, falling to a 1-0 home defeat in their last game against Newcastle United.

“You have to win five games consecutively for this title dream to come back. This game against Newcastle was s***. It's hard but we have to win something,” said the star.

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