Tottenham handed Hojbjerg boost in Champions League decision is made

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Tottenham return to the Premier League action tomorrow night. José Mourinho on the side of the Manchester United host at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in an 8.15 h kick-off and everything is geared towards this first return match in action.

We have all the build-ups so that here on the football.london , as well as the latest news on the club’s window summer transfer plans.

Here are our little ones digesting all the latest rumors.

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Man United weakness

If Manchester United has a weakness: it’s down their right side.

And it’s an area of ​​Tottenham’s field that has a wealth of talent so so as to exploit it when the teams meet on a Friday night.

The Premier League is back and if the Spurs are to get the win they may find themselves in need of emphasizing that the United Kingdom.

Read all about the analysis of how the Kingdom is going to play here.

Hojbjerg boost

Tottenham have been linked to a move for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg this summer.

Jose Mourinho is looking to strengthen his midfielder at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Hojbjerg was seen as a perfect addition to the team.

It will cost you a fair whack however, with Southampton asking you for a fee, I the region of £ 35 million for it.

But, the Spurs gave a boost by trying to buy it. This is because Southampton have made a clear decision about him and his future.

Read it all here.



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Champions League decision

Tottenham will be regretting their Champions League release, into the hands of RB Leipzig now.

UEFA made the decision at the end of this campaign season in a mini tournament in Lisbon, with the quarter-finals and semi-finals to become one of the legged business.

Matches will be played between August 12 and August 23, with a decision being made on the remainder of the round of 16 second legs.

UEFA has also made the decision on the next season, the finale, with it being held in Istanbul, this season the final was originally scheduled for.

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