Tottenham latest, Ipswich would consider groundshare, Sunderland build-up

A selection of the latest stories involving Tottenham Hotspur this Friday evening.

Ipswich Town are said to be seriously considering idea of allowing Tottenham share Portman Road with them for a season according to the London Evening Standard.

Earlier this week, Tottenham announced their new stadium will not be available for the 2017/18 campaign, meaning the club will have to play elsewhere during that season.

The club are considering a variety of options including the Olympic Stadium, Wembley and Stadium MK.

Tottenham have further denied any talks of the club being taken over despite it being widely reported that an American consortium is prepared to put in a bid for the club.

Cain Hoy is said to be assessing the possibility of making a bid for the club, but a statement on the Tottenham website, read: "As stated in yesterday's announcement regarding the new stadium project, THFC has been in discussions with multiple providers of finance so that the optimum financing package for the project can be achieved and, in the course of those considerations, has met representatives of Cain Hoy. However, there are no ongoing discussions with Cain Hoy."

Away from off the field matters, Spurs face Sunderland at the Stadium of Light in the Premier League this weekend, which takes Danny Rose back to the club where he spent a year on loan.

He told the Tottenham website what they can expect in the North East as they look to bounce back from the disappointing defeat to Liverpool prior to the international break.

The left-back said: “They have changed a lot of personnel since I was there but I think it will be a different game to the 5-1 victory we had at White Hart Lane last season.

“Our goal as a team, no matter who we play against, is to try and keep a clean sheet and we’ll be looking to try and rectify our result and performance against Liverpool.”

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