The Tottenham boss has been discussing the north London side's great rivals.
Hull City have signed Nick Powell on loan until the end of the season from Manchester United.
Could Dimitri Payet leave West Ham United in the summer?
Leeds were trying to sign a new striker during the January transfer window.
Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Arsenal are all aiming to win the Premier League title this season.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are currently nine points away from the play-off spaces in the Championship table.
Aiden McGeady joined Sheffield Wednesday on loan from Everton on transfer deadline day.
Ossie Ardiles has shared his thoughts on Newcastle’s current troubles.
Aston Villa are in danger of getting relegated from the Premier League.
Rangers wanted to sign Toumani Diagouraga, who left Brentford for Leeds United in the January transfer window.
Not only has Crystal Palace's Selhurst Park become a happy hunting ground for West Ham United, it has also become a birthplace of new chants.
Kenny Jackett suggested that Leeds United should make the top six in the Championship this season.
Did you know, four England capped midfielders all joined Leeds on loan in recent years? Not that any of them impressed to a great degree.
Liverpool and Manchester United played out a goalless draw in the Premier League on Monday.
Glasgow Rangers midfielder Joey Barton was not impressed with the football on show at Anfield between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Leeds United are set to take on Wigan Athletic later this evening.
West Ham United moved into the London Stadium in the summer.
Released by Wigan Athletic, Wabara was a summer target for Leeds United but remains without a club.
The Spurs striker has suffered due to the form of Heung-min Son.
Jamie Redknapp is backing Manuel Lanzini to go on a run of form.
Peyton Manning’s father Archie has backed his son over allegations the Broncos quarterback took the banned substance HGH, telling ESPN: “He didn’t.
Facebook has squandered trillions in potential productivity.
A total of 84,000 EU migrant families on tax credits would have been affected by David Cameron’s “emergency brake” if it had been introduced four years ago, official figures reveal.