John Stones scored first for Man City in their 3-0 win against TottenhamSunday, July 30, 2017Manchester City coasted to a 3-0 International Champions Cup victory over Tottenham in Nashville.New signings Ederson, Danilo and Kyle Walker were all named in the City starting line-up but it was John Stones who opened the scoring 10 minutes into the game.Raheem Sterling and Brahim Diaz then added further goals in the second half to wrap up victory.City opened the scoring when Kevin De Bruyne's free-kick flicked off the wall and fell to the feet of Stones, who made no mistake from close range.And Sterling doubled the advantage with 16 minutes when he waltzed through an almost static Tottenham defence and turned the ball past Michel Vorm.Victory was wrapped up in stoppage time when Tottenham failed...
Manchester City's new signing Kyle Walker wants to add multiple trophies to a CV lacking silverware after joining from Tottenham in a deal that could reach £50million.The England right-back, 27, was confirmed as City's third signing of the summer on Friday for an initial fee of £45m, with Spurs due another £5m if various add-on clauses are met.Although David Luiz's £50m switch to Paris St Germain in 2014 and John Stones' £47.5m move to City in 2016 initially cost their clubs more, Walker's agency Base Soccer claimed on Twitter their client commanded "a record fee for a defender and record fee for an English player".Whatever the eventual outlay, it is a significant sum for Pep Guardiola's team and takes their summer spending well beyond the £100m mark following the acquisitions of Monaco pl
In 2008 Tottenham had agreed a deal to sell Dimitar Berbatov to Man City, but when the striker flew to Manchester he was greeted by Alex Ferguson. That didn’t go down well with Spurs, as City’s offer was better financially, but Berbatov wanted to join United, meaning Daniel Levy eventually settled on a £30m deal. “I am flattered that [Sir Alex] gave me so much of his time. He personally came to pick me up at the airport. It was a shock to me, but it was a pleasure to get to know him,” he said.Thursday, July 6, 2017The transfer hijack. There are few sweeter ways of getting one over on your rivals.Some clubs have had it done to them more than others and here, talkSPORT looks at eight examples of classic football steals.Scroll through the gallery to read about the time Tottenham inadvertently
David Ginola has told Tottenham star Harry Kane to forget about transfer links with a move to Manchester United and stay put this summer.According to reports, Jose Mourinho has told United chiefs to go all out to sign the 23-year-old England striker – who netted 38 goals in 41 appearances for club and country last season.Kane has repeatedly insisted he sees his immediate future in a Tottenham shirt, and Spurs have made it clear they do not intend to sell the Premier League Golden Boot-winner this summer.However, they have been tempted to part with their biggest stars for the right price in the past, which is sure to make Spurs fans nervous as the transfer window opens.And Ginola has joined the chorus of supporters urging the Kane to stay at White Hart Lane, insisting the hitman is key to t