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The 21-year-old is to undergo a medical with the London club

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Tim Sherwood dugout fan: 'I just told him to make a few substitutions...and I kept the gilet!'

Funny incident happened during Spurs' 3-0 win over Aston Villa

Tim Sherwood looks on from the bench alongside coach Les Ferdinand

Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood: 'How on earth did people think we would finish fourth without Gareth Bale?'

Spurs manager is expected to be relieved of his duties this summer

Emmanuel Adebayor salutes the crowd after scoring for Tottenham

Tottenham 3 Aston Villa 0 match report: Tim Sherwood puts a fan in hot seat – but who will be there next season?

It is expected to be the manager's last game in charge of Spurs

Tim Sherwood could well take charge of Tottenham for the final time

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Felix Magath slams Lewis Holtby loan move after claiming 'he is not a fighter' and feels he was too soft on players after Fulham were relegated

Holtby joined the Cottagers on loan from Tottenham in January but was unable to save Fulham from relegation to the Championship

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Tim Sherwood likens lack of respect at Tottenham to that of a 'supply teacher'

Sherwood is expected to be replaced in the summer having worked under intense speculation over a replacement in recent weeks

The 20 most shocking moments of the 2013/14 Premier League season

From sackings to ill-advised tweets and appointing work experience kids to headbutts, it's been a vintage season

Paulinho v Ashley Westwood: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' players ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at White Hart Lane

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Chelsea transfer news: Tottenham's Paulinho seeking reported move to Chelsea after World Cup

Midfielder is believed to be keen on a White Hart Lane exit with Chelsea keeping an eye on the Brazilian at this summer's showpiece tournament in Brazil

Sandro told ESPN Brazil that Tim Sherwood will leave the club

Tim Sherwood leaving Tottenham will spur Sandro on to better things, says Brazilian

Midfielder tells ESPN Brazil that there will be a new Spurs boss next season

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Steven Gerrard looks on after the 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace

Tottenham Twitter account hacked: Club apologise over video post mocking Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard

Spurs have issued an apology and have said that the post, which was immediately deleted, was not made by anyone within the club

Theo Walcott makes a 2-0 gesture as Arsenal parade around the Emirates after their final home game of the season

Theo Walcott mocks Tottenham once again as Arsenal players parade around the pitch

The England forward re-enacted his '2-0' gesture

Stewart Downing celebrates with Andy Carroll and Mark Noble after scoring West Ham's second in the 2-0 win over Tottenham

West Ham 2 Tottenham 0: Kevin Nolan happy with 'fantastic' display as Hammers turnaround fortunes with 'deserved' victory

An own goal from Harry Kane was compounded when the Spurs' wall capitulated to let Stewart Downing's free-kick beat Hugo Lloris and secure the win

West Ham players celebrate after Andy Carroll gives them the lead against Tottenham

West Ham 2 Tottenham 0 match report: Relieved Sam Allardyce beats Tim Sherwood in the ‘P45 derby’

Calls for Allardyce to be sacked were quietened through victory over 10-man Spurs as Younes Kaboul red sees Tim Sherwood's future looking bleak

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