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TOTTENHAM may have been held to a 2-2 draw at Arsenal after throwing away a two-goal lead.

But they will find positives in the fact that goalscorer Christian Eriksen remains at the club following international transfer deadline day – yet is in the final year of his contract.
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  • TOTTENHAM duo Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko will be in action for France against albania.

  • TOTTENHAM are relived that Christian Eriksen did not leave this summer, according to Harry Winks.

    When asked if the club are relived, the 23-year-old said: “Yes, of course. Christian's a fantastic player, there's no doubt about that.

    “He's been one of our most impressive performers over the last few years.

    “Christian's a top person an d what he decides, that's up.

    “All we can say is how well he's performed for us this season and how professional he is. He is fantastic.”

  • TOTTENHAM fans are delighted to see Troy Parrott's name in the Champions League squad.

    The 17-year-old has been scored 22 goals in 31 games for the youth teams – and fans think he is ready to prove his potential in the first-team.

    One fan on Twitter said: “So happy to see Parrott in the squad.”

    But one user suggested: “Let him kick a football first before we big the kid up, congrats though Troy!”

  • TIM SHERWOOD stunned fans as he claimed it is tricky to find a club that will win more trophies than Spurs.

    Speaking on Sky Sports, the ex-Tottenham manager said: “Christian Eriksen wants to leave the club because he wants to go to a club where he thinks he can win trophies.

    “I believe that's a difficult task, to find a club better than Tottenhamto win trophies.”

    One fan wrote on Twitter: “Tim Sherwood should seriously considering becoming a comedian after this.”

    While another claimed: “Sherwood is the gift that just keeps on giving.”

  • SPURS failed in their bid to sign Bruno Fernandes because the contract they offered included Champions League and Premier League win clauses – even though they have never won either.

    That is according to a report carried in Portuguese paper O Jogo, where they quote an interview with Sporting president Frederico Varandas.

    Man Utd, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Tottenham were all in the market for the 24-year-old midfielder who single-handedly saved his club.

    But now it has been revealed that the only “serious” bid came from Spurs – and it was turned down the very next day.

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