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Premier League will lose its most unique player when Mousa Dembele leaves Tottenham

Dembele's skills as a disruptive, creative and aggressive central midfielder probably won't be found again.
Dembele's skills as a disruptive, creative and aggressive central midfielder probably won't be found in the same player again.

Promising young footballers are regularly compared to a current or former great and it's usually based upon a couple of attributes: the new Thierry Henry, the new Lionel Messi, the new Ronaldo. They rarely live up to the billing, but it's a useful shortcut for describing their style. It's difficult, though, to imagine anyone being an accurate "new Mousa Dembele" -- not because the Belgian was so magnificent that no one could possibly come close, but because Dembele is unlike anyone else before...

Transfer Talk: Tottenham look to loan Barcelona's Malcom to replace Kane and Son

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs is open again. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media and setting our correspondents loose to see who could be heading to/out of your club this month.

TOP STORY: Tottenham weighing up loan offer for Malcom

Injury-hit Tottenham have become the latest side linked with out-of-favour Barcelona forward Malcom.

The Daily Star claim the north Londoners are preparing for a spell without Harry Kane after the striker limped off...

Solskjaer shows he can be more than Man United's caretaker. PLUS: trouble ahead for Spurs, praise for Messi

So it's now six wins out of six games for Manchester United under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. And while the first five were eminently winnable, Tottenham away was meant to be the Norwegian's first real test. He passed, again, with flying colors.

He didn't pass because United won -- although that too is important in the hunt for a top four spot -- but because, frankly, it could have been very different if not for David De Gea's string of saves. (Indeed, the xG shows that Tottenham...

Tottenham can't keep Pochettino if they don't back him in the transfer market

As Mauricio Pochettino prepares his side to face Manchester United at Wembley, could he potentially be facing a team he may be managing next season?
Gab Marcotti reveals all the factors at play when it comes to whether or not Tottenham's Christian Eriksen will make a move to Real Madrid.

There is a commonly held misconception among Tottenham Hotspur supporters that Mauricio Pochettino would be foolish to walk away from the project he is four-and-a-half years into building. It is based on the view that, with a group of young, top-class talent preparing to move into a stunning new 61,000-seater stadium, the manager is on the verge of something big at Spurs and not even the lure of Manchester United or Real Madrid would be enough to tempt him away.

Pochettino and Spurs could well be...

Tottenham's Son Heung-Min: 7 reasons Premier League will miss South Korea star at Asian Cup

Son Heung-Min will be missed by the Premier League while he's at the Asian Cup.

The Son ain't gonna shine any more, at least not for Tottenham Hotspur over the next few weeks while Son Heung-Min is away captaining South Korea at the 2019 Asian Cup.

"Sonny" has travelled to the United Arab Emirates for the tournament after Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Manchester United at Wembley.

He joins the squad ahead of their final group match against China on Wednesday, and may well miss Spurs' next five matches should Korea make it all the way through to the final in Abu Dhabi.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactical acumen overcomes Mauricio Pochettino

Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactics and vital saves from David de Gea helped them overcome Tottenham 1-0 at Wembley.
Craig Burley goes to the tape and demonstrates how the pace of Manchester United's front three played a key role in their win at Tottenham.
David De Gea's 11 saves helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer become the first Man United manager to win his first six matches with a huge win at Tottenham.
David De Gea's 11 saves helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer become the first Man United manager to win his first six matches with a huge win at Tottenham.
David De Gea's 11 saves helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer become the first Man United manager to win his first six matches with a huge win at Tottenham.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down the key factors that guided Manchester United to a statement victory over top-four rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

LONDON -- With 95 minutes on the clock and Manchester United leading 1-0, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stood on the edge of his technical area and urged substitute Diogo Dalot to move away from the touchline on the far side to congest space in midfield and restrict Tottenham options through the centre of the pitch.

Seconds later, Mike Dean's final whistle ensured that Solskjaer passed his first big test as United caretaker manager in emphatic fashion, with that small instruction serving as a microcosm of...