Spurs eye up midfield options, Holt commits to Canaries and Rodgers confident Suarez will stay
Following the appointment of Andrè Villas-Boas as manager, Spurs are also on the verge of completing the signing of Gylfi Sigurdsson, according to Sky Sports.
The Icelandic international might not be the only midfielder coming to White Hart Lane, though, as the Guardian suggests that Spurs are keeping an eye on Portugal international Joao Moutinho.
The Porto midfielder scored six fantasy football points at Euro 2012 and has worked with Andrè Villas-Boas before at the Portuguese club.
Elsewhere, the Norwich Evening News reports that Grant Holt ended months of speculation yesterday by signing a new three-year deal with Norwich City.
Holt was one of the Canaries' players of the season last year, netting 15 goals in 25 league games and registering 49 fantasy football points.
He told the official Norwich website how happy he was to commit his future to Carrow Road.
"I'm really pleased we've agreed things and I've got the deal which gives me and my family a bit of security.
"I do appreciate where the club was coming from in terms of the process we've gone through to get to this point."
Meanwhile, the Guardian and Sky Sports are both reporting that Daniel Sturridge's Olympic dream might be in tatters, after it was revealed that the Chelsea striker has been treated for suspected meningitis.
The youngster scored 11 goals and four assists in 28 league games for the Blues last season, scoring 41 fantasy football points in the process.
In other news, according to TalkSPORT, new Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is confident that striker Luis Suarez will stay at Anfield next season.
We reported yesterday that Juventus were contemplating a big-money move for the Uruguayan striker, but Rodgers said:
"I've had a brilliant chat with Luis...he's really looking forward to being here."
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