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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 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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