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Transfer Rater: Kane, Benzema, Can

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham's lack of options to Harry Kane remains an issue for Pochettino

The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on all things Man City, including what their FA Cup exit means for Tottenham.

Last summer, Mauricio Pochettino stressed the need to put pressure on his top players and ensure they did not become too comfortable.

Progress has been made. Tottenham look less reliant on Toby Alderweireld than last season, and there is strong competition in the full-back spots and central midfield -- or there will be when everyone is fully fit.

Pochettino has more selection headaches further forward, too, and Dele Alli will need to perform to keep his place -- Son Heung-Min, Erik Lamela...

 By Chris Wright

David Ginola: Tottenham, Newcastle, PSG legend a father again at 51

David Ginola attends the final match at White Hart Lane between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United
David Ginola was one of the guests of honour at Tottenham's final ever match at White Hart Lane last season.

Congratulations are most definitely due to David Ginola, who has just welcomed his third child into the world at the age of 51.

It's Ginola's first baby with current partner, 28-year-old model Maeva Denat, after the pair began dating back in 2016.

Ginola broke the news via a multi-lingual social media post, announcing he was "ecstatic" to become the father of a "very beautiful little girl."

This all comes less than two years after the former Newcastle and Tottenham midfielder underwent a quadruple...

 By Chris Wright

Harry Kane presents Brit with Camila Cabello, trolled by Arsenal fan host

Taking a break from the relentless rigours of his day job, Harry Kane enjoyed a night out at the Brit Awards on Wednesday, where the Tottenham Hotspur striker was tasked with handing out one of the gongs.

Indeed, Kane took to the stage alongside pop star Camila Cabello to announce the winner of the Best International Male Solo Artist award, which went to Kendrick Lamar.

Before clambering up to the podium, Kane was ribbed by Brits host Jack Whitehall who, as you might know, is an Arsenal fan.


Transfer Rater: Harry Kane to Man City, Karim Benzema to PSG

The latest transfer rumours from around the world
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Harry Kane to Manchester City

This is what happens when you are a top club but your excellent young team has failed to win a trophy: the vultures begin to circle....

Spurs are well positioned to win FA Cup, but does Pochettino really care?

The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on all things Man City, including how Pep Guardiola handles losing and what their FA Cup exit means for Tottenham.

A home game against League One Rochdale; a trip to Sheffield Wednesday or Swansea; and two games at their home stadium. That is Tottenham Hotspur's route to FA Cup glory. And it no longer includes Manchester City.

Football is not played on paper, of course, as Wigan's 1-0 win over City proves, and it would be hugely disrespectful to Spurs' rivals -- not least Rochdale, who held them to a 2-2 draw on Sunday -- to suggest the FA Cup is Tottenham's to lose. But they can rarely have had a better chance...

 By Ben Pearce

Lucas shines on full debut, but replay in order after Spurs draw at Rochdale

Tottenham's Lucas Moura celebrates scoring equaliser vs Rochdale
Lucas Moura scored in his first start for Tottenham in a 2-2 draw at League One Rochdale.

It was deja vu at half-time as, for the second time in a month, Tottenham found themselves trailing 1-0 away against lower-league opposition in the FA Cup. Spurs had battled back to grab a 1-1 draw against League One side Newport County on the previous occasion, and this time they seemed to have gone one better against League One's basement boys Rochdale.

When Lucas Moura's leveller was followed by an 88th-minute Harry Kane penalty, the north Londoners appeared to have avoided a replay. But...