TOBY ALDERWEIRELD pulled up in training on Thursday with a problem in his right leg. The Tottenham star has already missed three months of the season with a hamstring problem in same limb. The injury will hardly help the Belgian international’s cause as he presses Spurs to increase their offer of a new deal which currently stands at £110,000-per-week - £40,000 per week below what Alderweireld thinks he is worth.
The 28-year-old Belgian has already endured a lengthy stint on the sidelines with a hamstring injuryTOBY ALDERWEIRELD pulled up in training on Thursday with a problem in his right leg. The Tottenham star has already missed three months of the season with a hamstring problem in same limb.
The Chinese Super League team is prepared to pay Dembele £160,000-a-week over the next three years - at least double his current wages at Spurs. It is understood that no official bid has been made by Beijing Guoan but sources claim the deal could be done before the Chinese transfer window closes on February 28. Dembele, 30, signed a new deal with Tottenham two years ago but it now has less than 18 months to run.
@ianrobo1@JonothanHayman@mocycling@jcorrigangolf Fair enough if we get a medal and make it best Winter Games ever. And at least curling is a sport people have a chance of doing in UK (unlike skeleton). Big debate to be had about what gets funded and why, and about coverage, tho.
@jcorrigangolf There's showing human empathy as a journalist; and then there's making out everyone has done great like at one of those poxy non-competitive school sports days, even hugging interviewees. Having ex-athletes is great for technical and mental explanation, terrible for objectivity.
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