3pm Tottenham news LIVE: Ndombele injury LATEST, Levy to sell stadium name for £375m, Spurs ‘not scared’ to sell Eriksen – The Sun

TOTTENHAM can look forward to a London derby against Chelsea after beating Wolves away in stoppage time.

Jan Vertonghen's late header put Spurs' top-four ambitions back on track as Jose Mourinho prepares to meet his former club.

Meanwhile, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has stated that the club are 'not scared' to sell Christian Eriksen to Manchester United.

And Spurs have been joined by Chelsea and Liverpool in the hunt for Lille forward Victor Osimhen.

Follow all the latest updates from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium below…

  • JACK CLARKE will reportedly speak with Jose Mourinho on Sunday to discuss his future at Leeds.

    The winger – who signed for Spurs in the summer before being loaned back to Leeds – will be in attendance for the clash against Chelsea on the weekend.

    Football Insider claim that he will speak with Mourinho about his future.

    Clarke, 19, has featured just once in the Championship this season.

  • DANIEL LEVY has claimed he “needed” to sack Mauricio Pochettino – but could welcome him back to Tottenham in the future.

    The Argentine was replaced by Jose Mourinho last month after a poor start to the season failed to capitalise on an appearance at the Champions League final.

    Still a deeply popular figure among the Spurs fanbase, the notion of Poch one day returning to the club was not ruled out by chairman Levy.

    He told the Evening Standard: “Why not?

    “I don’t close the door on anything.

    “It is not something I ever wanted.

    “Personally, it was incredibly difficult, I told him that and he understood. He’s been in football, he understands.

    “It’s not personal and I’m sure he’ll come back stronger and get an opportunity to manage another great club.

    “It just got to the point where it felt we needed a divorce.”

  • TOTTENHAM'S season stats so far…

  • DANIEL LEVY will demand a record £375million for naming rights on Tottenham's new stadium.

    The Spurs chairman has named his price – but confirmed the club “not really close” to agreeing a deal.

    Tottenham eventually moved into their new £1billion home in April following a number of delays.

    It has simply been called the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – but Levy is up for renaming it for the right price.

    According to the Telegraph, he wants a naming-right deals worth £25million for a 15-year period.

  • Tottenham are hopeful Tanguy Ndombele will be fit for their London derby with Chelsea on Sunday.

    The midfielder has been out with a groin injury and missed last weekend's trip to Wolves.

    It is likely he will start the game on the bench for the visit of the Blues but could replace Moussa Sissoko if Jose Mourinho wants him to start.

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