A round up of news stories this morning about Tottenham Hotspur.
Spurs are reportedly active in the transfer market, as manager Mauricio Pochettino looks to make additions before the close of the transfer window.
The North Londoners reportedly see Wanyama as the authoritative type of midfielder they need.
The London Evening Standard has reported that supporters of Tottenham are among a selection of fan groups to have published a petition against West Ham’s move to the Olympic Stadium.
The paper reports that the petition has been produced following a documentary earlier this month, which showed the tax payer is footing the bill for the majority of the stadium conversion costs ahead of the move.
Former Tottenham goalkeeper Kasey Keller told the club’s official website what he feels was the main problem during his career with the club.
The American linked up with the club back in 2001 and went on a remarkable run where he played every minute of 83 matches between 2002 and 2004.
His comments with regards to the problem back then echo with a lot of frustrations that Spurs fans hold today.
“You know, the toughest part is looking back and we'd have some really good runs, but we just couldn't maintain any consistency. We all wanted to be successful,” he said.