The Tottenham boss has sung the praises of the 18-year-old.
The midfield enforcer has shaken off a knock, but Mauricio Pochettino is without the Belgian and Cameroonian.
The Argentine attacking midfielder wants to help the club qualify for the Champions League.
The Algeria international featured against Monaco and is back in contention for a first-team slot.
The England international is on the fringes at White Hart Lane.
The Japan international is reportedly ready to fight for his place at AC Milan.
The pundit has stated that Spurs must reject interest in their key players.
The midfield pair are carrying ailments and will be checked closer to Sunday’s kick-off.
The homegrown youngster started against Monaco in midweek.
The Brazilian was coached by the Argentine during a loan stint at Espanyol.
The 17-year-old has stated that he has penned a five-year deal with the Gunners.
The Reds skipper admits he loves winning at Goodison Park more than Old Trafford.
Chelsea have omitted the Ghanaian midfielder from their Champions League squad, with the box-to-box midfielder’s future now hanging in the balance.
The Chelsea manager looks set to help the team challenge for trophies, but his will-to-win restricts opportunities for promising young players.
Jose Mourinho has returned to the Stamford Bridge club, and with a star-studded squad at his disposal will look to win his third Premier League title.
The Bosnia international feels that Stevan Jovetic has the potential to be an important player for the club, and has settled in well.
The North London side have been linked with Wolfsburg’s Maximilian Arnold, but the star’s representative has played down talk of a transfer.
A Bola state that the Premier League trio is monitoring the Benfica teenager, but what do we know about him?
The Stamford Bridge manager has admitted that John Terry and David Luiz are his preference at centre-half, ahead of England’s Gary Cahill.
The Danish midfielder has covered the second most ground in the top flight this term, but actually be counter-productive.