Sport Spurs signings from left, Nacer Chadli, Roberto Soldado, Etienne Capoue, Paulinho. Arsenal's sole signing this summer has been Yaya Sanogo, far right

Premier League in transfer limbo while big names are still agitating for moves

Gareth Bale
Jack Collison of West Ham United scores the opening goal

Stoke City 0 West Ham United 1 match report: Sam Allardyce impressed with goal scorer Jack Collison

Jack Collison's decisive strike in West Ham's 1-0 victory at Stoke was his first match-winning contribution since last May's Championship play-off semi-final at Cardiff City.

Jurgen Klinsmann has been linked with Tottenham should Harry Redknapp become England manager

Jurgen Klinsmann plays down Tottenham speculation

Jurgen Klinsmann insists he is happy in his current role as United States head coach despite speculation that the he could take over as Tottenham manager should Harry Redknapp depart for England.

Mario Balotelli was once again the hero and villain for Manchester City

James Lawton: Enigma shows grotesque and great sides of character in defining win

Maybe only Mario Balotelli could quite so effectively deface a game that he came to decide in its last moments. It was a superb game and Balotelli is, of course, a superb talent but that didn't seem to matter so much when he delivered a stamping on the head of Scott Parker with cold deliberation.

Ledley King went to the 2010 World Cup but pulled out through injury

Tottenham defender Ledley King maintains Euro 2012 ambitions

Tottenham captain Ledley King has insisted he has not given up hope of gatecrashing England's European Championship plans.

Ledley King fears late drama in Luka Modric transfer saga

Ledley King hopes Tottenham are not involved in another transfer deadline drama concerning Luka Modric.

Fulham await outcome of mystery striker bid

Fulham were today awaiting the outcome their attempt to buy at least one unnamed striker after Birmingham rejected their £3million offer for Cameron Jerome.

Sandro knee injury takes shine off King surgery

Spurs suffered another potentially serious blow to their ambitions for next season yesterday after Brazil midfielder Sandro was forced to withdraw from his country's Copa America squad with a knee injury.

Tottenham defender Ledley King undergoes knee surgery

Tottenham club captain Ledley King underwent surgery on his left knee last night.

Beckham extends spell with Spurs

Former England captain David Beckham is to continue training with the Tottenham first team for a further two weeks.

Ledley King surgery delayed after defender loses passport

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has revealed Ledley King's groin operation will be delayed until next week - after the central defender lost his passport.

Tottenham blow as Ledley King faces surgery

Tottenham defender Ledley King could face surgery after suffering another groin problem in training yesterday.

Speeding ban for England player King

Tottenham and England footballer Ledley King was today banned from driving for 56 days after being clocked at more than 100mph in a black Mercedes CL.

Ledley King facing surgery decision

Injury-plagued Tottenham captain Ledley King is set to visit a specialist in Denmark on Monday to determine whether he needs an operation on his troublesome groin injury.

Clattenburg content with his decision to 'play advantage'

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