Here is your Tottenham morning digest on Monday, November 29.
Ajax interested in Steven Bergwijn
Spurs winger Steven Bergwijn has had a stop-start career in north London since signing from PSV in January 2020. The attacker burst onto the scene with a debut goal against Manchester City, but has struggled for minutes under successive managers – a theme that has continued so far this season, with the 24-year-old making just five appearances in the Premier League.
Now according to De Telegraaf, via FootballOranje, Ajax are interested in bringing the attacker on loan as he looks to progress and earn more minutes.
Any move could be dependent on the status of David Neres, though, who has been linked with a move away from the Eredivisie club.
Harry Kane’s classy gesture
Following the postponement of Sunday’s clash with Burnley, a number of Tottenham fans were sent back home on the long trip to London without seeing their side even kick a ball.
But one couple made an even longer trip, coming over from the US just to see the game called off.
However, Spurs striker Kane made a classy gesture by offering the pair an invite to a home game whenever they are next in London.
Read more here.
Players react to postponed game
There was a lot of reaction to the postponement of Tottenham’s match against the Clarets, the first Premier League game to be postponed due to snow in over ten-years.
Whilst some players took pictures in the snow, others took to social media to discuss the freezing Lancashire temperatures.
Read more here.
Source by Football London