Kane: Levy ready to play hardball amid Real Madrid interest


Everton will aim on ending their winless streak when they travel to Wembley to face Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday night.

Danish attacking midfielder Eriksen only signed a new contract at the start of last season.

Tottenham have allowed out-of-favour winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou to join Burnley on loan until the end of the season but have yet to bring in any additions in January. The Premier League is the only competition left to play for.

Meanwhile, Alderweireld is still sidelined through a hamstring injury sustained during their Champions League campaign against Real Madrid, with Pochettino ruling him out until February. Jordan Pickford will likely start in goal, with Jonjoe Kenny, Phil Jagielka and Cuco Martina all starting in defence and Ashley Williams may replace Mason Holgate in the center of defence. The London club has made moves to tie down the English ace on a new improved contract. With 12 goals from his last 11 games, the striker continues to plough his way through opposing defences.

£27m arrival Cenk Tosun could make his debut for Allardyce's men, but Seamus Coleman (leg break), Ramiro Funes Mori (cruciate knee ligament), Leighton Baines (calf) and Michael Keane (gashed foot) are all unable to feature.

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Everton have experienced early exits in the Europa League, Carabao Cup and now the FA Cup this season.

17-year-old Rodel Richards scored another two goals for the youth team this week when they comprehensively beat their counterparts from the Liverpool academy 4-0.

Real are the club who would appear to hold the all the aces in any pursuit of Kane, however.

On New Year's Eve, Lennon posted a message on social media calling for anyone in need of support with their mental health to seek help and "believe the tough times are not over", as they are not alone. Tottenham are a team who have shown plenty of form over recent weeks and with players like Dele Alli re-finding their feet in the league, they should have enough to take a narrow win.