Ledley King – Tottenham Hotspur
It has been rumoured that the injury-ridden Spurs defender will be offered a one year extension to his contract within the coming months, with King stating that he believes he can play on for another year at least. Otherwise, prizing the 31-year-old away from White Hart Lane would be a gamble for most clubs, although his performances have remained high on the occasions that he has appeared.

Tottenham 'in with a chance' for Premier League title says Ledley King

Tottenham captain Ledley King maintains no-one is getting carried away with talk of a title challenge at White Hart Lane.

Harry Redknapp has been told that Marseilles' Loïc Rémy will not be joining Spurs this month

Marseilles tell Redknapp that striker Rémy is not for sale

Harry Redknapp was told by the Marseilles president, Vincent Labrune, that Loïc Rémy will not be allowed to leave the club this month when the Tottenham manager attended the club's home game against Lille on Sunday night.Redknapp was treated warmly by the French club and invited into Labrune's personal suite to watch the game but was left in no doubt that a move for the player was not an option this transfer window. Labrune told Redknapp that the club's supporters would never forgive him if he sanctioned the sale of the player, who scored both Marseilles' goals in Sunday's 2-0 win.

Harry Redknapp has been told that Marseilles' Loïc Rémy will not be joining Spurs this month

Redknapp told Rémy is not for sale

The Spurs manager sees his French target score twice but must now look elsewhere for new striker

Something For The Weekend: Spurs, Thierry Henry and the quiz

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Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Redknapp's side have been hogging the plaudits this week, moving level with Manchester United and three points behind leaders City – with the chance to close the gap should they beat Wolves today.

Roman Pavlyuchenko celebrates his goal with Jermain Defoe

Spurs clear Cheltenham hurdle in gentle stroll

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Cheltenham Town 0

Tottenham's Younes Kaboul celebrates following the final whistle against West Bromwich Albion

'We are more determined and patient,' says Kaboul

Younes Kaboul believes Tottenham are showing grit and determination not previously seen at White Hart Lane.

Redknapp pictured in Ireland last night

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp escapes Uefa action over gesture

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp will not face any disciplinary action over his gesture towards Shamrock Rovers fans during last night's Europa League match in Dublin, UEFA have confirmed.

Stefanos Athanasiadis of PAOK scores their second goal against Spurs

Spurs beaten by 10-man PAOK Salonika

Tottenham Hotspur 1 PAOK Salonika 2

Crouch hurt by 'unfair' England treatment

Peter Crouch has spoken for the first time about his discontent over his treatment by Fabio Capello, who left him out of the England squad for Saturday's Euro 2012 qualifier against Switzerland, but has confirmed his intention to carry on playing for the national team.

England are left feeling light up front

The domestic season is almost over but there is much football to be played – too much of it for many club managers. As well as the final European Championship game of the season against Switzerland on Saturday, England teams are preparing for the European Under-21 and Under-19 tournaments and the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico. Their respective coaches are having to come to terms with seemingly inevitable withdrawals.

Sebastien Bassong eyes Tottenham exit

Defender Sebastien Bassong has indicated he wants to leave Tottenham.

Jermain Defoe admits frustration at lack of Totteham chances

Jermain Defoe has admitted to growing frustrated by a lack of first-team opportunities at Tottenham.

Jermain Defoe issues warning to Tottenham team-mate Gareth Bale

Jermain Defoe has warned Gareth Bale to expect plenty of stick at Tottenham training next week if England beat Wales in Saturday's European Championship qualifier.

Jermain Defoe targets 100th Tottenham goal against AC Milan

Jermain Defoe has set his sights on scoring his 100th Tottenham goal in Wednesday's Champions League return clash with AC Milan after ending his Barclays Premier League drought.

Now Eriksson asks police whether he is on list of 'victims'

Sven Goran Eriksson, the former England manager, has become the latest high-profile football figure to approach Scotland Yard with concerns he was a victim of the phone-hacking scandal.

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