Why Harry Kane’s New Tottenham Deal Doesn’t Mean He’s Staying Put In London

For Tottenham fans, Friday’s news must have come as a relief. Their savior Harry Kane, who scored more goals in 2017 than anyone else in Europe, signed a six-year contract with Spurs. But the new Harry Kane deal might not keep the England striker in North London for long if you consider Tottenham’s last megastar.

Tottenham is in a unique position in English football. The club doesn’t have the resources of a Chelsea, Manchester United or Manchester City, and yet the team has finished in the top three for three years running.

Where Will Gareth Bale Play Next Season?

Another Real Madrid game yesterday, another game Gareth Bale started on the bench. 

But this wasn’t just another game; this was the second leg of the Champions League semifinals. For Real Madrid, this was the most important game of the season. It’s the only trophy they still have a chance to win. The fact Gareth Bale started this game on the bench and didn’t even play at all in the first leg is telling. It’s telling no matter what Zinedine Zidane tells you.

Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 36

Hello everyone! We have a normal slate this weekend for the first time in a couple weeks. All 20 teams are in action. Next week we back to some double dipping action! So if you have been saving that free hit, it'll be a good time to use it. If not, maybe think of not using your transfer to stock up for next week. Here are some blokes to pick up:

3 Blokes To Pick Up

Dusan Tadic (Southampton):

Your Premier League Club’s Season In GIF Format

With just a few weeks remaining in the 2017-18 Premier League season, we are quickly winding down towards one of the most anticlimactic final days of all-time. If Tottenham collapse, Chelsea might yet play themselves into the top four, and Southampton could still manage to avoid the drop — just look at what Newcastle have accomplished over the last four games.

Manchester City Still Best In England After 3-1 Win Over Tottenham

Manchester City’s season took a blow with defeat to Liverpool in the Champions League on Tuesday. Combined with the second-half collapse to rival Manchester United last weekend, things were about as dismal as they could be for a team with a 13-point lead in the Premier League. But a 3-1 win for Manchester City vs Tottenham on Saturday at Wembley Stadium showed Pep Guardiola’s side is still the best in England.