A round up of news stories this morning related to Tottenham Hotspur.
The Italian giants were linked with moving for Tottenham’s captain during the January transfer window but a deal never materialised.
Kaboul has not emerged as a regular under Mauricio Pochettino despite being made captain earlier in the season.
The Daily Mirror has reported that Tottenham have competition in the form of West Ham United if they want to move for Everton’s Kevin Mirallas.
Spurs were linked with a move for the Belgian midfielder during the winter transfer window and could make a move this summer.
The paper claims the reason for West Ham’s interest is mainly the injury to striker Andy Carroll, who has been out of action for a sustained period.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has suggested in the Daily Express that Danny Ings of Burnley is good enough to make the senior England side.
Kane was recently called up to Roy Hodgson’s squad following his good form at club level.
Kane is hunting down 30 goals in all competitions and has suggested that Ings has the potential to copy his recent international achievements.
“Can he step up to the seniors? It’s down to the boss (to pick him) and we’ve both got to keep working hard, as do the other strikers who are trying to get a place,” said Kane.