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Paris St-Germain are in talks to sign Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele on loan. The 25-year-old was a record signing when he joined in 2019 in a £53m deal. (Goal), external
Meanwhile, Spurs are considering a move for AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie during the current transfer window. (Telegraph - subscription required), external
The club have also joined the list of clubs interested in signing Hull City' winger Keane Lewis-Potter. The Tigers rejected an £8m bid from Brentford in August and Southampton, Leicester and West Ham are also interested in him. (Times - subscription required), external
Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Statman Dave are back for your weekly dose of fantasy football advice in the Fantasy 606 podcast.
This week they discuss all the "luck" around at the moment due to postponements in the Premier League, as well as if Aston Villa players could be the way forward for your fantasy team.
Remember, the deadline for this week is 18:30 GMT on Friday.
Tottenham have won just one of their past 31 away league games against Chelsea (drawn 10, lost 20), winning 3-1 in April 2018 with current boss Antonio Conte in charge of the Blues that day.
Tottenham have lost 13 of their 17 away games in all competitions against reigning European champions (won two, drawn two), with those victories coming at Nottingham Forest in November 1980 (3-0) and Liverpool in March 1985 (1-0).
Chelsea have already won three games against Tottenham in all competitions this season, including twice this month in the EFL Cup semi-final. The last Premier League team to win four games against an opponent in a single campaign were Manchester City against West Ham in 2013-14.
Spurs have failed to score in each of their past five meetings with Chelsea in all competitions, with their goalless run against the Blues currently standing at 457 minutes since Erik Lamela’s strike in September 2020. They’ve never gone six games without a goal against an opponent in their history.
Chelsea have drawn each of their past three Premier League home games – they’ve not gone four without a win at Stamford Bridge in the competition since a run of five under Guus Hiddink between March and May 2016.
AC Milan are interested in signing Tottenham defender Japhet Tanganga on loan, but the club would prefer to sell the Englishman. (Sun), external
Tottenham face Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday, but who will make it into Antonio Conte's starting XI?
A late, late show grabbed the points from Leicester on Wednesday - so do you stick with that winning momentum?
It's up to you how to approach it - you could go for the team you WANT the boss to pick or the one you THINK he will.
Newcastle face competition from a rival Premier League club in their attempt to sign Sevilla centre-back Diego Carlos this month.
The deal seemed to be progressing smoothly after the 28-year-old submitted a transfer request but now an unnamed club have matched the Magpies' offer.
"It looked a straightforward deal but with another club in the frame it may not be," Darren Lewis, assistant editor of the Daily Mirror, said on the Transfer Gossip Daily podcast. "It's started a guessing game about who it might be."
Lewis thinks the club could be Tottenham: "If it was one of the top three, the deal would be done which makes me think it's a team pushing for the top six.
"West Ham need a centre-back but I don't think they could afford his wages so I think it might be Spurs.
"For Newcastle though, this could be the start of a transfer window characterised by heartbreak."
Former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp proclaimed "an amazing night" for Tottenham after Steven Bergwijn scored twice in injury time to secure an unlikely win at Leicester.
"I thought Spurs played well and they missed a lot of chances," he said on BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast. "The emotions Antonio Conte and Brendan Rodgers must have gone through in those last minutes.
"It was an amazing finish to the game."
Spurs are unbeaten in the Premier League since Conte took over in November but Redknapp is not getting carried away.
"They've not had the toughest of fixtures and were really poor in the semi-final against Chelsea," he said. "I like Conte though, and know he will do very well."
As for Leicester, a promising evening turned into "a disastrous night".
"It was really sloppy," said Redknapp. "They gave the ball away and were so open. As a manager all you can do is put your head in your hands."
Former Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison praised the Tottenham players after they beat Leicester with goals in the 95th and 97th minute.
Trailing to James Maddison's strike, Antonio Conte's side salvaged a barely believable win as Steven Bergwijn scored twice in three minutes.
"A lot of people have a go at these Spurs players," Morrison said on BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily podcast. "But they've turned up tonight - it was like they'd won an FA Cup final."
Morrison also credited Spurs captain Harry Kane, who celebrated wildly after setting up Bergwijn's winner.
"He was the difference maker," said Morrison. "And I've not seen emotion like that from him for a long time."
You voted matchwinner Steven Bergwijn as your man of the match in our Player Rater as Tottenham beat Leicester City at King Power Stadium.
The Dutchman, who had only been introduced as a 79th-minute substitute, scored two injury-time goals as Spurs fought back from 2-1 down to snatch victory.
Tottenham beat Leicester despite trailing after 94 minutes and 52 seconds, overtaking Manchester City 3-2 QPR in May 2012 (91:14) as the latest a team has been losing but gone on to win in a Premier League match.
Spurs have scored a 90th-minute winning goal in each of their past two Premier League matches (vs Leicester and Watford), the first side to do so in back-to-back games in the competition since Arsenal in March 2012.
Since Leicester returned to the Premier League in 2014, their 15 meetings with Tottenham have produced 59 goals – Arsenal v Liverpool (62) is the only fixture to have seen more goals in this time.
James Maddison has been directly involved in 15 goals for Leicester City in all competitions this season (9 goals, 6 assists) - the only Englishman to be involved in more for a Premier League side this term is West Ham's Jarrod Bowen (17).
Harry Kane’s opener for Spurs was his 250th goal in all club competitions, 10 years and 362 days after he scored his first past Sheffield Wednesday’s Nicky Weaver for Leyton Orient. He's also scored 18 goals against Leicester and 16 against goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel – it’s the most goals he’s scored against any side or any goalkeeper.
Michael Emons, BBC Sport
This will be a Premier League match that will be talked about for years to come – thrilling and dramatic right up to the final second.
Leicester thought they had secured the three points when the impressive James Maddison, in front of watching England manager Gareth Southgate, scored in the 76th minute after linking up well with substitute Harvey Barnes.
But it was to be another replacement who would go on to grab the headlines.
Steven Bergwijn looked to have rescued a point for Spurs in the 95th minute, but then, amid incredible scenes of celebration and heartbreak at King Power Stadium, snatched a 97th-minute winner.
Tottenham remain unbeaten in the Premier League under Antonio Conte and jump above bitter rivals Arsenal into fifth position, while Leicester will be left wondering just how they let this one slip away.
But, for the neutral, this was football at its brilliant, captivating best.
Tottenham manager Antonio Conte, speaking to BBC MOTD: "We showed we don't want to give up, never. The players know what our philosophy must be - we must fight to the end and try to get a result.
"We created many, many chances and were unlucky when we conceded. At the end we were very good, and we believed to the end. We wanted three points and deserved them.
"The response of the team was good from the start. I've found a group that have shown me from the first day a desire to work with me and the staff and to improve every day.
"We know we have a long path in front of us but for me it's important to know they want to improve. Step by step we need to raise our level and improve quality. If I see one situation we need to improve, there are key moments that you need to control the game. A great team does this.
"For me it's difficult to tell you something about our target. We have a long path and now we have to work. We know very well we have to fight to try to reach our best result. It will be very difficult because of the level of this tournament."
Leicester City, playing their first Premier League game of 2022, make five changes from the side that beat Watford 4-1 in the third round of the FA Cup on 8 January.
Kasper Schmeichel, Caglar Soyuncu, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Luke Thomas and Patson Daka all return to the starting 11, while defender James Justin is on the bench for the first time since suffering a serious knee injury more than 11 months ago.
Leicester City XI: Schmeichel, Albrighton, Choudhury, Vestergaard, Soyuncu, Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall, Thomas, Maddison, Lookman, Daka.
Subs: Ward, Jakupovic, Justin, McAteer, Barnes, Perez, Daley-Campbell, Soumare, Brunt.
We're over halfway through the January transfer window, so here's your round-up of the latest Tottenham transfer gossip to drop:
Tottenham are confident captain Hugo Lloris will sign a new contract because the goalkeeper has demands deemed reasonable by the club. (Football London), external
Spurs are interested in Middlesbrough right-back Djed Spence, who is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest - but they face competition from Arsenal and Leeds United. (Sky Sports), external
The Lilywhites are also still pushing to sign Wolves winger Adama Traore this month. (Fabrizio Romano), external
How are you feeling about Tottenham's January transfer window so far? Let us know here.
Catch up with all the latest transfer news by tuning into BBC Radio 5 Live's Transfer Gossip Daily podcast on BBC Sounds.
It's hard to judge Leicester's form right now because they have only played once in 2022 - their FA Cup win over Watford last weekend.
Tottenham have played four times since the Foxes' last league game on 28 December and, although they were beaten home and away by Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-final, Spurs remain undefeated under Antonio Conte in his eight Premier League games in charge.
Lawro thinks that run will continue and is going for a 2-1 Spurs win at King Power Stadium. Sea Power guitarist Martin Noble, his guest from week 17 when this game was meant to be played, is going for a 1-1 draw.