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Stoke City v Chelsea – Premier League

STOKE ON TRENT, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 23: Pedro (3rd L) of Chelsea celebrates scoring his side’s second goal with his team mates during the Premier League match between Stoke City and Chelsea at Bet365 Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Stoke on Trent, England. (Photo by Alex Morton/Getty Images)

Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur – Premier League

HUDDERSFIELD, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 30: Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates scoring his sides third goal with Jan Vertonghen of Tottenham Hotspur and Kieran Trippier of Tottenham Hotspur during the Premier League match between Huddersfield Town and Tottenham Hotspur at John Smith’s Stadium on September 30, 2017 in Huddersfield, England. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Arsenal v Brighton and Hove Albion – Premier League

LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 01: Nacho Monreal of Arsenal celebrates scoring his sides first goal with his Arsenal team mates during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Brighton and Hove Albion at Emirates Stadium on October 1, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Zinedine Zidane refuses to rule out Real Madrid move for 'complete' centre-forward Harry Kane

Zinedine Zidane hailed Harry Kane as the “complete” centre-forward and kept open the prospect of making a bid to bring the England captain from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid. Kane’s 43 goals in 38 games surpasses the scoring ratio even of Cristiano Ronaldo during 2017 and, while Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino last night likened his striker to Roma one-club legend Francesco Totti, his goalscoring feats have clearly registered at the Bernabeu. Tottenham were also greeted by a front page headline in the Spanish newspaper Marca of ‘Harry El Fuerte’ alongside a picture of Kane when they arrived in Spain yesterday for tonight’s Champions League group game against the defending champions. The headline translates as ‘Harry, The Strong’ and he was also described as the “perfect” finisher. Kane was himself open-minded when asked about his club future earlier this month and, with Madrid having previously brought Gareth Bale and Luka Modric from Tottenham, Zidane is clearly a big admirer. “He is a very important player, he is a key player for Tottenham - he is very good at everything,” said the Madrid manager. “What he does is always towards the goal, he attacks space at speed. He is a complete player.” Zidane also suggested that Kane’s progress had even surprised him, adding that “he didn’t seem to be [complete] but in the end he is”. Kane is on the front page of today's Marca newspaper Credit: marca/getty images Asked directly about the possibility of Kane following Bale and Modric from Tottenham to Madrid, Zidane simply replied: “I don’t know what will happen in the future.” Tottenham have repeatedly made it clear that Kane is not for sale and he is tied to a long-term deal until 2022. Pochettino was asked about whether Kane could play for Madrid and, having replied “only football knows the future”, he made the comparison to Totti and his special bond with Roma. Totti retired this year at the age of 40 after 25 seasons at Roma and Pochettino revealed how Kane had been both motivated and moved by that rare devotion to one club. “He’s a player who likes scoring, loves the Tottenham shirt and was excited when he saw Totti’s farewell in Rome and that created extra motivation,” said Pochettino. “Harry was so emotional. I said maybe he can have the same career as Totti. I hope he stays with us for a long time because has great quality and is a model for many of his teammates. Players with this quality are not nervous or troubled before either Real Madrid or Bournemouth. They feel the same; they are winners, warriors. “Harry is a really mature lad; he sees things really clearly. His dream is to do something big at Tottenham, the club he's a fan of.” Having experienced Madrid’s previous pursuit of their players, Tottenham must still wonder whether Zidane’s comments could become the prelude to a more sustained effort. There was also an interview yesterday with Modric who, while adamant that Tottenham were now ready to challenge to win the Premier League, said that moving to Madrid had improved his career. Man City will score 10 in a match this season 33:10 “Signing for this club helped me move up to the next level - I am playing the best football of my career and feel better every day,” he said. Away from Kane, Tuesday’s match will go a long way to deciding who wins Group H, with Spurs and Real Madrid currently level both on points and goal difference after wins against Borussia Dortmund and Apoel Nicosia. Zidane called it the “first final” of the group while Pochettino acknowledged the wider significance in his young team’s development. Goals scored Champions League 2017/18 “At this level, against the best teams in the world, we don’t have that experience,” said Pochettino. “We compete in the Premier League against important teams and this last step is close but difficult to reach. This is a great chance to see our capability at physical, tactical and mental level. These matches can make us grow as a team. We try to put Tottenham in that level to fight for big things, not only in England, but in Europe.” As well as Marca’s front page treatment of Kane, the newspaper was also forced to clarify a separate article in which it claimed that Tottenham are disliked because of their "Jewish origin". It also described Spurs as "hated” and said that they were “repudiated” across England for having two Argentinian players – Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa – at the time of the Falklands Conflict. "We are astonished that a publication such as Marca, which presents itself as an alleged source of professional journalism, has seen fit to publish such an article which is blatantly wrong and wholly distasteful," said a Tottenham statement. Marca subsequently claimed that the exact meaning of the word "hated" had been lost in translation, but outlined their “regret” at the offence they had caused.

Zinedine Zidane refuses to rule out Real Madrid move for 'complete' centre-forward Harry Kane

Zinedine Zidane hailed Harry Kane as the “complete” centre-forward and kept open the prospect of making a bid to bring the England captain from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid. Kane’s 43 goals in 38 games surpasses the scoring ratio even of Cristiano Ronaldo during 2017 and, while Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino last night likened his striker to Roma one-club legend Francesco Totti, his goalscoring feats have clearly registered at the Bernabeu. Tottenham were also greeted by a front page headline in the Spanish newspaper Marca of ‘Harry El Fuerte’ alongside a picture of Kane when they arrived in Spain yesterday for tonight’s Champions League group game against the defending champions. The headline translates as ‘Harry, The Strong’ and he was also described as the “perfect” finisher. Kane was himself open-minded when asked about his club future earlier this month and, with Madrid having previously brought Gareth Bale and Luka Modric from Tottenham, Zidane is clearly a big admirer. “He is a very important player, he is a key player for Tottenham - he is very good at everything,” said the Madrid manager. “What he does is always towards the goal, he attacks space at speed. He is a complete player.” Zidane also suggested that Kane’s progress had even surprised him, adding that “he didn’t seem to be [complete] but in the end he is”. Kane is on the front page of today's Marca newspaper Credit: marca/getty images Asked directly about the possibility of Kane following Bale and Modric from Tottenham to Madrid, Zidane simply replied: “I don’t know what will happen in the future.” Tottenham have repeatedly made it clear that Kane is not for sale and he is tied to a long-term deal until 2022. Pochettino was asked about whether Kane could play for Madrid and, having replied “only football knows the future”, he made the comparison to Totti and his special bond with Roma. Totti retired this year at the age of 40 after 25 seasons at Roma and Pochettino revealed how Kane had been both motivated and moved by that rare devotion to one club. “He’s a player who likes scoring, loves the Tottenham shirt and was excited when he saw Totti’s farewell in Rome and that created extra motivation,” said Pochettino. “Harry was so emotional. I said maybe he can have the same career as Totti. I hope he stays with us for a long time because has great quality and is a model for many of his teammates. Players with this quality are not nervous or troubled before either Real Madrid or Bournemouth. They feel the same; they are winners, warriors. “Harry is a really mature lad; he sees things really clearly. His dream is to do something big at Tottenham, the club he's a fan of.” Having experienced Madrid’s previous pursuit of their players, Tottenham must still wonder whether Zidane’s comments could become the prelude to a more sustained effort. There was also an interview yesterday with Modric who, while adamant that Tottenham were now ready to challenge to win the Premier League, said that moving to Madrid had improved his career. Man City will score 10 in a match this season 33:10 “Signing for this club helped me move up to the next level - I am playing the best football of my career and feel better every day,” he said. Away from Kane, Tuesday’s match will go a long way to deciding who wins Group H, with Spurs and Real Madrid currently level both on points and goal difference after wins against Borussia Dortmund and Apoel Nicosia. Zidane called it the “first final” of the group while Pochettino acknowledged the wider significance in his young team’s development. Goals scored Champions League 2017/18 “At this level, against the best teams in the world, we don’t have that experience,” said Pochettino. “We compete in the Premier League against important teams and this last step is close but difficult to reach. This is a great chance to see our capability at physical, tactical and mental level. These matches can make us grow as a team. We try to put Tottenham in that level to fight for big things, not only in England, but in Europe.” As well as Marca’s front page treatment of Kane, the newspaper was also forced to clarify a separate article in which it claimed that Tottenham are disliked because of their "Jewish origin". It also described Spurs as "hated” and said that they were “repudiated” across England for having two Argentinian players – Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa – at the time of the Falklands Conflict. "We are astonished that a publication such as Marca, which presents itself as an alleged source of professional journalism, has seen fit to publish such an article which is blatantly wrong and wholly distasteful," said a Tottenham statement. Marca subsequently claimed that the exact meaning of the word "hated" had been lost in translation, but outlined their “regret” at the offence they had caused.