Tottenham latest, poll results over home games in Milton Keynes, Kane wanted as part of any Rodriguez deal

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

A poll undertaken by the London Evening Standard suggests that 66% of fans will stop going to home games if Spurs play at Milton Keynes for a season whilst their new stadium is under construction.

Stadium MK is one of the options being considered for a temporary home for the club during the 2017/18 season. Other venues that have been mentioned include Wembley and the Olympic Stadium for some home matches.

A local MP has said there are investors interested in buying the club. David Lammy told TalkSport that he has held talks with parties interested in buying Spurs, and has said the club has been 'well run' under current chairman Daniel Levy and and majority shareholder Joe Lewis

He said: “All Tottenham fans will have seen the huge speculation about those who want to buy the club. Some of the people have even knocked on my door and asked me [about it].

“The sort of questions they ask the local MP are about regeneration plans for the area, what the local authority are like to deal with and what is my vision [for the area].

“For all sorts of reasons Spurs would be a great club to buy. They are solvent and have great ambitions."

Speculation continues that Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino would like to bring in Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez - someone who Pochettino has previously worked with - but the Evening Standard has reported that the Saints would want Harry Kane as a makeweight in the deal.

However, such a move that would see Kane leaving White Hart Lane is unlikely to be entertained given his impressive start to the campaign which has seen him score nine goals for the club in all competitions, coupled with the fact that both Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado have not been prolific in front of goal so far this season.

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