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CORONAVIRUS is sweeping the globe and the Premier League has been postponed as a result.

And that means Harry Kane may have played his last game for Spurs, with England's captain reportedly interested in a potential transfer to Juventus.

Follow all the latest build-up, gossip and transfer news below…


    Yesterday we finally got confirmation that Euro 2020 has been postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak.

    And Copa America soon followed in putting back this summer’s tournament for 12 months.

    Euro 2020 was due to start on June 12 in Rome and finish at Wembley exactly a month later.

    But what does that mean for Tottenham?

    Well European football have stated they want all leagues to be finished by June 30.

    As it stands, if the current situation regarding the deadly bug improves, then clubs will return to action on April 3.

    Despite the break from football at the moment, there is still plenty of news coming out of North London.

    Spurs have put back season ticket renewals, because of uncertainty over coronavirus.

    Tottenham had initially wanted to open season ticket renewals this week, with the window set to close on May 1.

    But they have changed their plans and have not announced new dates yet for renewals, with uncertainty over the end of this league season.

    The club said in a statement: “We are acutely aware of the uncertain, difficult times we are all living through along with the subsequent disruption to the footballing calendar and have, therefore, taken the decision to postpone the opening of these renewals whilst we await greater clarity.

    “We shall keep the opening date under review and will update you as and when a decision is taken to start renewals.”

    Stay tuned right here for all the very latest news from Spurs throughout the day.


    Tottenham have closed their ticket office due to coronavirus.

    A club statement read: “Following government advice, we have taken the decision to close our ticket office for all phone and walk-up queries until further notice.

    “If you have any ticketing queries, you can still email our remote ticket office staff at [email protected] who will endeavour to get back to you as quickly as possible.

    “Our retail, tours and access lines are still operating.

    “We advise all supporters to check their emails and all our channels for any further updates from the Club.

    “We shall endeavour to answer any questions from supporters as soon as possible, while you can also visit AskSpurs where a dedicated page has now been created updating supporters on any changes to Club operations as a result of Coronavirus / COVID-19.”


    Arsenal and Tottenham are set to battle Everton in the transfer chase for Chris Smalling.

    The Manchester United defender was sent to Italy on loan to Roma last summer and has thrived since the move.

    The Serie A club want to make that deal permanent at the end of the season, with the Red Devils demanding at least £25m.

    However, they may struggle to raise those funds if they miss out on Champions League qualification.

    Smalling, who has spoken highly of his experience in Italy, could be tempted to return to England.

    And the Gunners, Spurs and the Toffees are all believed to be weighing up a summer move.


    Kieran Trippier says he will return to England in a couple of years time – and re-join his former club Burnley.

    The Atletico Madrid full-back spent four years at Turf Moor and remains in regular contact with Sean Dyche.

    Trippier said: “That's my aim, to retire at Burnley. I would love to.

    “I want to play as high as I can for as long as I can, but I'll know when the time is right.

    “If I'm at Atleti for another two years that'll take me to 32 and Burnley's the only club that I'd come back to England for. That's the way I want it to pan out.

    “I want to play here for as long as I can and then finish playing for a manager like Sean Dyche while ending my career at Burnley.”


    Jose Mourinho is waving goodbye to his stunning first-season record.

    This year will see the Spurs boss miss out on a title having fallen out of the FA Cup to Norwich and losing to Leipzig in the Champions League.

    It will be the first time Mou has failed to snap up a trophy during his first year at a club.

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