If I could have bet on chaos hitting Tottenham Hotspur after Tuesday’s result, I’d be very rich. In aggregated news from The London Economic, the outlet compiled reports from the Daily Mail and The Mirror which say that both Mauricio Pochettino and Harry Kane could be looking for an exit:
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is looking to leave the club, but Spurs will not sack him because they would have to pay him £32million, according to the Daily Mail. The paper says that Tottenham players have seen the Argentinian become “noticeably distant” at the club’s training facilities. The report follows Spurs’ 7-2 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Probably even more worrying news for Spurs, The Mirror say the North London club are worried Harry Kane might leave.
Ajax star Donny van de Beek looks like he won’t be leaving the Netherlands this season:
Interviewed by Voetbal International, Ajax and Dutch NT star attacking midfielder Donny Van De Beek (22), tracked hard by Real Madrid, stated: “I don’t want to leave during winter window, I’m staying put until season’s over, at the very least. I want to be fine and easy along the season, then we’ll see. Real know it as well, everyone knows about it. Everyone loves me here, and I’m doing all I can to pay that kind of acknowledgement back.”
Robert Lewandowski appreciation tweet. That’s it. That is the entire tweet. pic.twitter.com/m2Xy719DXa— A West (@ayyy_west) October 2, 2019
Fiorentina winger Franck Ribery waxed poetic about his feelings on Bayern Munich:
Turning 19 on October 25, Hungarian international deep-lying midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, has been scouted by Arsenal staff, during CL match against Liverpool, according to Daily Mirror. Austrian giants playmaker is tracked by a bunch more clubs, including Juventus and Lazio.
Szoboszlai was being scouted by Bayern Munich at one point, but perhaps the move for Michaël Cuisance ended that courtship.
The notoriously tough judges at L’Equipe gave Serge Gnabry a 10/10 rating after his four-goal showing against Tottenham Hotspur:
Known for its harsh player ratings, French sports magazine @lequipe gave Serge Gnabry 10/10 for his performance against Tottenham.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) October 2, 2019
He is the 11th player to receive such a score pic.twitter.com/UvXOfqXK6D
Prior to Tuesday night, @SergeGnabry had never scored a European goal before firing four past Tottenham in north London and with a perfect WhoScored rating, the @FCBayern winger is our #UCL player of the week— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) October 3, 2019
For more player stats -- https://t.co/2yJe6JjRTS pic.twitter.com/oBOLInptM5
And for good measure, Gnabry got a standing ovation at the teams hotel: