Dier ready to resume training
Man City v Tottenham (Sat, 12:30 pm BST)
Eric Dier (hip) and Vincent Janssen (ankle) should resume training the first team for Tottenham Friday. But the fun is not over yet so go and get your Champions League semifinal tickets.
Serge Aurier (hamstring) and Harry Winks (groin) continue their rehabilitation while forward Harry Kane (ankle) began to recover.
Erik Lamela (hamstring) and Moussa Sissoko (groin) are under evaluation. Sissoko was forced to leave the first half of the Spurs Champions League match in Manchester City.
‘It’s weird’ – Ligt on Ajax
Tottenham should face Matthijs de Ligt and his young and enterprising Ajax player for a spot in the Champions League final.
The Dutch club started its campaign last July in the second qualifying round and made an improbable run in the last four, eliminating the holders of Real Madrid and Juventus in the round of 16.
After defeating Juve on Tuesday, De Ligt said, “It’s weird, it’s not normal, I do not have words to say.
“We have shown once again that we are very strong and that we can make the task difficult for the big teams.”
“We know how to push the limits every time, and with Tottenham or Manchester City there will be another challenge and we look forward to it.”
Gossip: The Spurs are aiming De Ligt
Today, it would probably not be the time to ask Mauricio Pochettino if a contract was planned for the summer, but the Spurs were put in touch with the captain of Ajax, Matthijs de Ligt.
They would be willing to pay £ 69m for the 19-year-old defender, who scored the goal that allowed Ajax to hit Juventus on Tuesday in the Champions League.
This story is featured in today’s gossip.
“Sorry for all fans” – Walker
Man City 4-3 Tottenham (Agg: 4-4 – Tottenham wins on away goals)
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has apologized for the league’s release on social media, as well as to congratulate his former club, Tottenham, graciously.
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