TOTTENHAM were back to square one on Saturday as Sheffield United held them to a 1-1 draw in North London.And it could have been even worse had VAR not controversially ruled out a Blades goal for offside.But they hope to poach Memphis Depay from Lyon in a bid to improve their performances of late.Get all the latest Spurs news here…Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 3:32 pmMAURICIO POCHETTINO reckons the 1-1 draw with Sheffield United was a “fair result”.He said: “It was an even game, when you assess the game it was a fair result, they deserved the point.“They were the better team in the first half and we were the better team in the second half.“We started the game not well, it was a little bit strange the feeling of Tanguy Ndombele, he never felt comfortable in the game and maybe that affected the team.”Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 2:50 pmWe will remember them. #ArmisticeDay #LestWeForget pic.twitter.com/wBrzsxOh8S— Harry Kane (@HKane) November 11, 2019Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 2:09 pmCHELSEA are braced to rival both Tottenham and Leicester to the signing of Metz striker Habib Diallo, according to reports.The 24-year-old has been in terrific form with eight goals in 13 Ligue 1 appearances this season.And his form has not gone unnoticed by some of the Premier League big-guns who are ready to lock horns in a battle for his signature.According to Team Talk both Spurs and Chelsea have sent scouts to watch him in action on numerous occasions this season.Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 1:05 pmSPURS have reportedly been keeping a close eye on Moussa Dembele. According to The Mirror, the club scouted the Lyon striker while also watching Memphis Depay. Dembele has attracted a wide range of interest after scoring nine goals in 12 league games. Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 12:37 pmSPURS have shown their support. #SpursRemembers pic.twitter.com/kDu46BnnEz— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 11, 2019Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 11:44 amSON HEUNG-MIN was brilliantly spotted using his hands to protect a mascot from the rain. The South Korean star proved he was in a class of his own after he netted his third goal in two games as Spurs drew 1-1 at home to Sheffield United.But the real stand-out moment came before the game kicked off, with Son attempting to shelter a mascot standing in front of him from the rain.As he clasps both hands over the youngster’s head to keep it dry, the lad looks up at the Tottenham winger and shares a touching smile.Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 11:19 amCHRIS WILDER claimed Sheffield United deserved more than just one point against Spurs. He told Football London: “It’s nothing less than what I expected from this group. “I think we deserved something out of the game and everybody in the stadium would have been in agreement.” Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 10:10 amERIK EDMAN turns 41 today. Etienne Fermie10 Nov 2019, 1:31 pmMANCHESTER UNITED have registered their interest in £50million-rated goalkeeper Andre Onana despite having just handing David De Gea a new £115m contract, in a shock move.The Red Devils have joined Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain in the race for the Cameroonian stopper, with Ajax slapping a monster transfer fee on his head, according to the Mirror.United only gave De Gea a staggering £350,000-a-week contract two months ago, but already appear to be looking to the future with the Spaniard failing to find his top gear.It took the club over a year to negotiate the terms of the deal, but the saga appears to have distracted him at times.Despite shipping four goals in the goal-laden Champions League draw with Chelsea midweek, Onana is quickly making a name for himself in Europe.He was a key cog in the Ajax machine that beat Real Madrid and Juventus en route to the semi-finals of Europe’s elite competition last term.Spurs are hoping to bring Onana, 23, to North London in the winter transfer window after Hugo Lloris dislocated his elbow against Brighton earlier this season, ruling him out for the season.And now United are hot on the trail of the sought-after stopper – who is under contract at Ajax until June 2022 after penning a new deal himself in March.Load more entries… Etienne Fermie10 Nov 2019, 2:36 pmMOUSSA SISSOKO has had his say on Tottenham’s poor performance and 1-1 draw with Sheffield United yesterday.The Frenchman said: “We are struggling since the beginning of the season. Why? I don’t know, because we are trying our best, but it’s not working. We see today it was a difficult game against a good team.“We couldn’t keep the score, so we have a lot of frustration, but we need to keep going. We have to stick together and try to work hard and come back stronger. That is the only way to perform.“Every team can have difficult moments. Since a few weeks we are struggling and that’s football. What can you do? Keep working, give your best every day ’til everything turns around.“We know we have a good squad with a lot of quality. We know we can do better and have to do better. Hopefully we’ll go away, have some wins with our national teams, and this will give us confidence. The season is still long, in the Champions League we are doing well.”Etienne Fermie10 Nov 2019, 2:04 pmGIOVANI LO CELSO made his first Premier League start yesterday.The poor performance of the team wasn’t ideal.But most Spurs fans are excited to see more the of their latest Argentine star. 🎂 Happy birthday, Erik Edman.#THFC ⚪️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/SGanJvgtFm— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 11, 2019Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 9:41 amMOUSSA SISSOKO still reckons Spurs can make the top four this season. The midfielder said: “Of course we are far, far behind the top four, but the season is long and we can still win a lot of games. “It will not be easy but we know we have the qualities to do it. “When we come back [after the international break] we will try to catch the teams in front of us and see where we are at the end of the season.” Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 9:13 amTOTTENHAM are reportedly lining-up Ajax’s Hakim Ziyech as a replacement for Christian Eriksen.The Dane has made it clear he wants to quit the North London side and will be out of contract next summer.Spurs could be open to selling the attacker in January rather than losing him for nothing.And according to 90min they already have a list of players to fill the void, with the 26-year-old Moroccan international “high on their wish list”.Joe Miles11 Nov 2019, 8:13 amDARREN BENT has accused of Son Heung-min of being “way too greedy”.Speaking to Football Insider, he said: “I thought he was brilliant, I thought he was tremendous [against Red Star].“To be fair to him, he looked good but if I was Danny Rose, at times he must be so frustrated to play with Heung-min Son on your side because the amount of times he does marauding overlap where he powers and all he needs is a little pass to the side, Son will shoot. “I think that’s one area where he lets him down is sometimes he’s way too greedy.”Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 8:44 pmMANCHESTER CITY and Liverpool are among the big guns tracking West Brom wonderkid Rico Richards.Arsenal and Tottenham are also watching Richards, who turned 16 in September but has already spent time training with the Baggies’ Under-23 side.The exciting forward’s current contract expires next year and West Brom are keen to agree a new deal after losing other youngsters to bigger clubs.Morgan Rogers was still 16 when he left in the summer to join City in a deal worth £4m, one of the highest fees ever paid for a player of his age.And Louie Barry, 16, also rejected a scholarship with West Brom before moving abroad to Barcelona.Richards can play on either wing or as a No10 and is renowned for scoring as well as creating goals.He netted on his debut for England Under-17s earlier this season, when his team-mates included Barry and Harvey Elliott, who left Fulham for Liverpool last summer.Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 8:15 pmTOTTENHAM HOTSPUR are reportedly interested in signing Memphis Depay.The Dutch forward now plays for Lyon, having flopped at Manchester United under Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho.And The Mirror claim that Spurs are willing to fork out £50million to bring Depay back to the Premier League.The 25-year-old has seven goals in ten Ligue 1 appearances this season.Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 7:41 pmMAURICIO POCHETTINO admitted he would prefer Ryan Sessegnon to stay with Spurs during the international break and NOT link up with England Under-21s.The winger, 19, joined Tottenham from Fulham for £25million in the summer but has had his season hampered by a hamstring injury.He finally made his first-team bow for Spurs last Sunday, coming off the bench for the final minute at Everton.The teenager got another brief run-out at the end of the 4-0 win over Red Star Belgrade after replacing Son Heung-min.And his 16 minutes of first-team action was enough to convince Young Lions boss Aidy Boothroyd to call him up.The England U21s face trips to Albania and the Netherlands during the international break.But speaking ahead of his side’s clash with Sheffield United, Poch confessed he would rather Sessegnon stayed at Spurs to continue to work on his fitness – but understands why he wants to represent his country.He said: “He suffered at Fulham at the end of the season with a big injury and we are working so hard to provide him with the best tool to be in his best form.“He needs time to be the best but we are happy in what he is doing and that is why he is involved with England U21s.“I accept when the national team asks for your player.“To be honest I prefer that the player should be here training with us, and available to play for 90 minutes and building fitness here in our concept but I accept that.“We know he loves the national team and for the U21s Ryan is a very important player.”Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 7:10 pmCHRIS WILDER called for a major review of VAR after Jon Moss failed to follow the Premier League’s OWN guidelines to deny Sheffield United a famous victory.After video ref Moss controversially ruled out a Blades goal at Tottenham following FOUR MINUTES of analysis.And, after the 1-1 draw, Blades boss Wilder said: “I’m 100 per cent sick of talking about VAR.“We went to a Premier League meeting on Thursday to discuss VAR and they told us that any offside had to be clear and obvious.“Well, this wasn’t clear and obvious because there seems to be confusion about whether the Tottenham player’s armpit was ahead of John Lundstram’s big toe.“There’s no doubt that VAR is here to stay but certain aspects it are spoiling the game and we need to have a big look at it in the summer.“I’ve been in the game since I was 16 and some of the decisions this season have left me scratching my head.“There was for us also confusion as to when is the reset. Lundstram has crossed from the right, the ball has come back out, we’ve attacked down the left side and then they rule offside from the first cross.“What really disappoints me is the talking point should be how my team went toe- to-toe with the Champions League finalists in their own backyard but all we’re speaking about is VAR.”Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 6:38 pmOne week to go until @SpursWomen face Arsenal Women at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 🎟 Join us next Sunday for this historic North London Derby. #SpurHerOn ⚪️ #COYS— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 10, 2019Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 6:04 pmMauricio gives his reaction to today’s game and provides an update on Tanguy Ndombele. #THFC ⚪️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/06UvFZNf3o— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 9, 2019Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 5:31 pmTOTTENHAM loanee Jack Roles has won League Two Player of the Month, as voted by the fans.The Spurs youngster has wowed Cambridge fans with his performances, and gathered 30% of the vote.His nearest challenger was runner-up Chris Porter, who got 16% of the vote.Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 4:55 pmEX SPURS forward Darren Bent has urged Mauricio Pochettino to utilise Juan Foyth more.The young Argentine defender picked up an injury in pre season against Bayern Munich and has only started one match since – the 4-0 win over Red Star on Wednesday night.Bent told Football Insider: “I think he (Foyth) could be the one because at the minute Spurs don’t look solid at all and they need some sort of stability in order to be a solid team that is hard to play against, as they’re not at the minute.“Yeah we know going forward, he is a little bit limited, but he can defend so for me, I’d probably go with him for a little bit.”Etienne Fermie11 Nov 2019, 4:21 pmDIMITAR BERBATOV had his say on Spurs’ current predicament.The Bulgarian was an excellent goal scorer for the Lilywhites, and also appeared at White Hart Lane at half-time of the Bayern Munich match this season.He told beINSPORTS: ““It always happens with Spurs, they crack at the back and let the other team score a goal, if you want to be a big team, you can’t let that happen. 1-0 if you can win this is the most important.“I remember with Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson was most happy when we win 1-0, not 5-0 or 6-0 because it shows concentration at the back and at the front, you do your job. “In this case of Spurs, they need to find that consistency, else it’s not going to be good for them.“When I reached the [European] final with Leverkusen in 2001, the next season we fight for relegation. We played badly. “Dortmund reached the final with Klopp, the next season, they fight relegation. Spurs are the same – they have great players but they have no more excuses. The stadium is there and the training ground is there. Now they need to start producing.”Etienne Fermie10 Nov 2019, 3:43 pmGOALSCORER Son Heung-min has had his say on Tottenham’s 1-1 draw with Sheffield United.The South Korean superstar had given Spurs the lead when he pounced on Enda Stevens’ mistake in the box.But after the Lilywhites were pegged back by Eric Dier’s own goal, Son told Spurs TV: “It was a tough game, but we’re disappointed we only get this one point, really disappointed. “We tried to create chances, we had chances to score and we should be more clinical in front of goal. We were 1-0 up, I think we should get the three points.“Sheffield United did a great job, I have to say that. They created chances and caused us problems. It’s really disappointing and frustrating.”Etienne Fermie10 Nov 2019, 3:08 pmTHERE was still not first start for summer signing Ryan Sessegnon yesterday, as he remained an unused substitute against Sheffield United.