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TOTTENHAM recently learnt they will not be returning to Premier League action until April 30 with football in England suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.

But the transfer rumour mill is alive as Luka Jovic becomes the latest player linked with a transfer move to Spurs in their bid to solve a problem in depth up front.

Meanwhile, Juventus has been warned that Harry Kane may not suit playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo  – with Gabriel Jesus a more suitable option, according to Italian legend Luca Toni.

Follow all the latest news and gossip from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium here…

  • ICYMI

    Tottenham could be offered the chance to sign Serbian striker Luka Jovic from Real Madrid this summer.

    According to the Daily Star, both Spurs and London rivals Chelsea are in the race for the £50m forward.

    Jovic left self-isolation last week to fly home to Serbia and enraged chiefs at the Bernabeu.

    The 22-year-old was forced to apologise to the country's prime minister after breaking the strict quarantine rules.

    Police were alerted as the striker left his flat to go to the chemist.

    Prime minister Ana Brnabic said: “We have the negative example of our football stars who earn millions and have ignored the obligation to self-isolate.”

    The country's president Aleksandar Vucic added: “If he leaves his apartment he'll be arrested.

    “I think he regrets what he's done, but I'll make it clear to him that the lives of our people are more important than his millions.”

  • KANE AND ABLE

    Five years ago today, Harry Kane bagged his first hat-trick in a Tottenham shirt.

    What a career he has gone on to have.

  • STREAM COME TRUE

    Gareth Bale, Mason Mount and Luke Shaw are among the football stars taking part in a combatcorona FIFA 20 charity live streaming session during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    It comes with football fans across the country and around the world craving their football fix.

    The vast majority of real football around the globe has been postponed in the light of the worsening coronavirus outbreak, with Premier League games suspended until at least April 30.

    A number of players and those involved in football have contracted the disease including Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi as well as several League One players.

  • STRAIGHT TALK

    West Ham chair Karren Brady has moved to clarify her comments in last week's column for The Sun.

    The Hammers boss' words in her column last week were the talk of town after she said the season should be declared null and void if it couldn't continue.

    Brady's words were apparently misinterpreted by some, and she's explained those comments in this week's column.

    She wrote: “I did NOT say (and I ask you to please go back and read what I actually said) the season should be declared null and void now.

    “I said that was an option only if the season could not be completed — but of course we hope it will be.

    “What you need to know is that we are doing everything we can to ensure the season does continue — and that all domestic and European matches are played as soon as it is safe and possible to do so.”

  • JOVIAL MOOD

    Tottenham could be offered the chance to sign Serbian striker Luka Jovic from Real Madrid this summer.

    According to the Daily Star, both Spurs and London rivals Chelsea are in the race for the £50m forward.

    Jovic left self-isolation last week to fly home to Serbia and enraged chiefs at the Bernabeu.

    The 22-year-old was forced to apologise to the country's prime minister after breaking the strict quarantine rules.

    Police were alerted as the striker left his flat to go to the chemist.

    Prime minister Ana Brnabic said: “We have the negative example of our football stars who earn millions and have ignored the obligation to self-isolate.”

    The country's president Aleksandar Vucic added: “If he leaves his apartment he'll be arrested.

    “I think he regrets what he's done, but I'll make it clear to him that the lives of our people are more important than his millions.”

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