Spurs have a big game only on the second weekend of the new Premier League season.
After competing against Aston Villa on the opening weekend of the season, Tottenham is traveling home to Premier League champions Manchester City this Saturday.
They go back to good news – this victory and a new contract for Lucas Moura.
There are, however, several other claims that need to be addressed, and a few other issues that are worth discussing.
Here we summarize the biggest Tottenham stories of the last 24 hours.
Who's after Lucas Moura?
At least in England, with the transfer window closed, you could now focus on new contracts at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
24 hours later, after signing Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso's signing agreements, there was more good news as Lucas Moura set his future for the club.
The Brazilian, who played a key role for the team last season, has some important goals to play, including the hat-trick in the Champions League semi-final win over Ajax.
And there are a number of players who could follow this example.
We take a look at who.
Tottenham and Liverpool have had some rivalry in recent seasons.
It was the Reds who were in the lead in last season's Champions League final and were also higher in the Premier League and Manchester City's closest contenders for the title.
Spurs fans will be tired of seeing the red men, and a former player, after a stunning Mauricio Pochettino-Cliam, barely helped improve the situation between the two clubs.
Read here what the cult hero of the Red, Neil Mellor, had to say.
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Why Eriksen did not switch to Man United
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen held talks with Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during the summer transfer window.
The Danish international was heavily involved in a move from London after discussing his desire to face a new challenge outside the Tottenaham Hotspur stadium.
Following the revelation of the player, Real Madrid was immediately named favorite to sign the 27-year-old, although interest seemed to abate as the window opened.
That gave Manchester United the opportunity to qualify. Solskjaer wanted to build a squad that is able to rise to the top of the Premier League.
But there was no movement. Here is the reason.