Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of April 7
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Christian Eriksen revealed he has no problems with Tottenham Hotspur management even if the club do not qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
"For me the feeling I have at the club isn't dependant on being in the Champions League," Eriksen said, per Darren Lewis at the Mirror. "I'm happy here and am looking forward to the future."
Eriksen has been Spurs' most valuable player this season.
He has scored and created a combined 12 goals in league play.
"I'm looking for a club for Romelu [Lukaku] and yes, I've talked to [Spurs chairman] Daniel Levy once," Henrotay said, per Het Nieuwsblad (h/t the Guardian). "But that doesn't mean Romelu will definitely join Spurs."
Lukaku has been a success on loan at Everton. He has scored 13 goals and created another six in the Premier League this season.
He is Chelsea's future No. 9, so it would be incomprehensible for the Blues management to sell him.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood has no plans on letting Hugo Lloris leave.
"He [Lloris] is one of the top goalies and unless someone is going to spend £100 million on him—and keepers do not get bought for that money—I don't think he will leave," Sherwood said, per Sky Sports. "But I'm also sure the club won't be tempted to get rid of him."
In reality, if a club was foolhardy enough to offer £50 million for Lloris—which would be a transfer-fee record for a goalkeeper—Spurs would be inclined to sell him.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood believes Emmanuel Adebayor will not abandon the club.
"His [Adebayor's] family is settled in London and he just wants to help us win as many games as possible," Sherwood said, per FourFourTwo. "I'm sure he wants to be part of the future here. I don't think he wants to keep moving clubs."
If Andre Villas-Boas was not dismissed as Spurs manager, Adebayor probably would have left in this summer transfer window because he was frozen out.
Under Sherwood, Adebayor has revitalised his career and has become an important member of Spurs again.
He has scored eight goals and registered three assists in the Premier League.
The question is: Can he keep up the form next season?
Statistics via WhoScored.com