4pm Tottenham news LIVE: Lo Celso unhappy at Spurs, Memphis Depay transfer, Madrid offered Mourinho £12m to snub Spur – The Sun

JOSE MOURINHO'S Tottenham made it three straights wins with the victory over Bournemouth.

But Spurs did not have it all of their own way, holding on for a 3-2 victory.

Follow all the latest updates and transfer gossip from North London here…

  • DELE ALLI will be back in the England squad in “two minutes” if he keeps playing like this, says Paul Merson.

    Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “I just think from a distance watching him play, he came away from being the Dele Alli that he is.

    “Getting into the box, the third man running, he's a great finisher, a very good finisher for a midfielder. I think he stopped making those runs.

    “He started coming short, flicking balls, here and there. I think he has gone back to hard work.

    “I think if he keeps making those runs, he'll be back in the England team in two minutes because there's no one like him in the Premier League.”

  • GIOVANI LO CELSO reportedly wants to end his spell with Tottenham just four months after he joined.

    The Argentine is on loan with the north London club from Real Betis for the 2019/20 season.

    But Spanish outlet Marca claim he is willing to cut his season-long loan short.

    He is looking to secure regular first-team football after making just one start for Spurs.

  • THIS is the ballboy that earned the praise of Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho.

  • MANCHESTER UNITED legend Peter Schmeichel claims Jose Mourinho made a mistake with “bitter” comments towards his former club.

    The ex-goalkeeper also criticised the newly appointed Tottenham boss with remarks aimed at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's management.

    Speaking to The Times, the 56-year-old said: “So often football throws these scenarios in.

    “It is very, very clear Mourinho has taken a lot of media training, media advice in this period, but he went straight into punditry and some things were said.

    “There’s a lot of bitterness towards United and he was saying things about results, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s results.

    “It has to be a critique that is non-insulting or not towards a person in a situation, he could have done that.”

  • DELE ALLI doing what he does best.

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