1pm Tottenham news LIVE: Man Utd in James Rodriguez battle, Sessegnon in U21 team, Dier reveals near-death experience – The Sun

TOTTENHAM finally picked up a win on the road, hammering Red Star Belgrade 4-0 in the Champions League.

Son Heung-min scored a double, even apologising to Andre Gomes in his celebration following the horrific injury the Everton star sustained on Sunday.

But if Spurs hope to sign Real Madrid star James Rodriguez, they will have to fend off Manchester United and Wolves according to latest reports.

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  • WOLVES are to show their ambition in the transfer market by joining Manchester United and Tottenham in the race to sign James Rodriguez, according to reports.

    And the Midlands outfit may have the upper hand.

    The Portuguese influence at Wolves has been well documented, with it being led by super-agent Jorge Mendes.

    And it is Mendes – who also works with Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho's agent – who has opened the door to a sensational Molineux switch, say El Desmarque.

    However, the proposed move will apparently only work if Ruben Neves goes to Real Madrid.

  • DARREN BENT has warned Spurs they could lose Paulo Gazzaniga.

    Speaking to FootballInsider, he said:“I get Lloris is his first choice, he’s been a great goalkeeper for many years now but at some stage, you start to get over the hill.

    “If he’s at that point, I’m not sure, but his form, the mistakes he’s been making, would suggest potentially yes.

    “I’m sure that’s a worry for Pochettino because yes, he likes Lloris, but you don’t want another team to come and get Gazzaniga because there are several teams in the league at the minute that would love a goalkeeper like him.”

  • ERIC DIER has revealed all about his battle against illness.

    The Spurs midfielder was out of action for six weeks after he had emergency surgery to remove his appendix in December.

    He said: “It was quite serious.

    “At the time, there were a few players at the club with a stomach ache so we just presumed that it was that – which is no fault of the medical staff, at all. They treated me fantastically.

    “I was at home and I had to be rushed to hospital and thankfully I had the procedure straight away. I was very fortunate like that and it was just very difficult afterwards. I kept on getting ill afterwards.”

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