A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Tottenham Hotspur this Friday evening.
Tottenham have put a big price tag on goalkeeper Hugo Lloris according to Corrierre Dello Sport in Italy, with the publication saying it would take at least 30 million Euros for any offer to be considered.
That equates to around £22.5 million, with the report coming about because of reported interest from Serie A side Roma.
The 20-year-old has reportedly been watched by Spurs scouts this season, with the Mail claiming that the sale of Kyle Naughton to Swansea 'will trigger the start of a number of deals in and out at Spurs'.
Midfielder Paulinho is in the dark about his future according to the London Evening Standard. They report that Valencia are currently monitoring his situation closely, as are Sevilla, with the Brazilian keen to get some more first team action in order to make an impression on the national side.
Tottenham are in action this weekend against Leicester City in the fourth round of the FA Cup with Emmanuel Adebayor likely to be part of the squad.
The striker was booed in the League Cup semi-final against Sheffield United earlier on in the week and Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino is quoted in the Evening Standard saying it would be for the best if the booing stopped.
He said: “I think it would be best, because all the players need to feel the support from the stands. It is better for him and the team. We need to create a great atmosphere to try to get success.”