There’s been plenty to stop and assess as the Lilywhites claimed a draw against Manchester United before defeating West Ham 2-0.
Of course, the transfer rumour mill hasn’t stopped and with the season nearing it’s finale, is probably just beginning to heat up.
Here is your Spurs digest for Monday, 29 June:
Come and get me plea
Atalanta defender Timothy Castagne has revealed his ambition to join Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
The 24-year-old has made 84 appearances for Atalanta since making the move from Genk in 2017, scoring eight goals in the process, while he has also clocked up seven caps for Belgium since making his international debut in 2018.
Castagne has just one year remaining on his contract in Serie A, and has previously suggested a move could be on the cards for him this summer.
The defender believes ‘time has come to move on’ and name-checked Spurs as a possible destination.
Check out what he said here.
Eric Dier happy with Jose Mourinho decision
Eric Dier is very happy that Jose Mourinho has listened to his calls to play in the heart of defence.
The former Sporting Lisbon youngsters has started against both Manchester United and West Ham and hopes to keep the position in the future.
Dier was at fault for the Red Devils’ equalising goal in the Lilywhites first game back but he is confident he can prove himself.
“It’s not something that changed overnight for me, it’s a feeling I’ve had for a long time,” Dier told Spurs’ website.
“That was always my feeling, where I saw myself and where I thought I could excel the most.
“I’m really happy to be getting my chance to try and prove myself there and I feel like I can really excel there.”
Check out what he said about conceding against Manchester United here.
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Harry Winks’ future depends on Tanguy Ndombele
There has been no shortage of talk surrounding Tottenham Hotspur midfielders recently.
Tanguy Ndombele, for example, has attracted plenty of press. The club’s record £54m signing’s future at Tottenham Hotspur has been under scrutiny this week following reports of a bust-up with manager Jose Mourinho.
There has, however, been a more positive revelation regarding Harry Winks who, as a homegrown player, is the exact opposite of a big-money import like Ndombele.
However, the England international has perhaps not been in the position to be able to show his best qualities.
Matt Gault writes that Ndombele slotting into a holding role for Spurs could flourish in an advanced berth – Read here