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Arsene Wenger asks the Italian club to keep him up-to-date over the elongated transfer saga

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England international ends months of speculation over his future as he heads across the Atlantic to join the MLS franchise

Jermain Defoe is reported to have agreed a move to Toronto FC after struggling for first-team opportunities at Tottenham

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The England striker today confirmed his switch to the MLS

Emmanuel Adebayor is back in favour and among the goals

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Striker on the scoresheet on return - but he can't stop Spurs losing to West Ham

Andre Villas-Boas smiles as his side defeat Gus Poyet's Sunderland

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Own goal and Paulinho strike seal second win in a row for under-pressure Tottenham manager

Andre Villas-Boas gestures to his players

Andre Villas-Boas noncommittal on whether Jermain Defoe will keep his place ahead of Roberto Soldado following victory over Fulham

Spurs manager selects striker Jermain Defoe ahead of £26m Roberto Soldado as his side win first league match in five

Andre Villas-Boas has briefly discussed the 6-0 defeat to Manchester City with the board

Andre Villas-Boas 'immune' to criticism and claims Tottenham still have total confidence in him

There has been speculation over his future since the 6-0 defeat to Manchester City

Roberto Soldado has scored three goals in his first two matches for Tottenham

Roberto Soldado admits disappointment with form since £26m switch to Tottenham

The striker has failed to sparkle after a promising start at White Hart Lane

Andre Villas-Boas's side have just six league goals from open play

Misfiring Tottenham attack heads list of problems for manager Andre Villas-Boas

Andre Villas-Boas’s side have just six league goals from open play

Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke out for up to six weeks with hip injury

Injury not as serious as feared

Tottenham Hotspur striker Jermain Defoe celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Capital One Cup against Aston Villa

Aston Villa 0 Tottenham 4 match report: Spurs make simple task of 'impossible game' at Villa Park

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Roy Hodgson was disappointed that a former England captain, such as Gary Lineker, could be so critical

England boss Roy Hodgson accepts side did not attack as well as they could following Gary Lineker criticism

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