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Aaron Lennon may not Play many Games in Tottenham Hotspur

On 2005, when Aaron Lennon joined Tottenham Hotspur he became a regular starter for the Premier League club as the English winger made over 20 league appearances in every single season until the current season as Lennon has seen his time on the playing grounds being limited due to the arrivals of Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend.

The coach of Tottenham Hotspur, Mauricio Pochettino is trying to rebuild his squad and it does not seem like Aaron Lennon will be playing any important role in the team.

Aaron Lennon along with a number of other players in the squad of Mauricio Pochettinois rumored to be on their out way of the White Hart Lane as they aren’t currently in the near future plans of the coach.

Stoke City to buy Aaron Lennon

Stoke City are reportedly looking at the possibility of signing winger Aaron Lennon in the January transfer window.

The England international has lost his first-team spot in the last few months. A number of injuries in the last year have not helped his case. It appears that he may not return to the first-team spot on a regular basis as long as Mauricio Pochettino remains the manager. Further, the Spurs boss is also keen on trimming the squad, which he managed to some extent during the summer. As a result, Lennon could be available for around £ 7 million during January.


Tottenham Hotspur has recently been facing a number of setbacks in the Premier League as they had to settle with a 2-2 draw with Sunderland a few weeks when they played at the Stadium of Light on September 13. During that match Tottenham at least managed to collect 1 point but in their latest Premier League game, the team of Mauricio Pochettino underwent a surprising 1-0 defeat against West Bromwich Albion.

These are not the kind of results that a club which is aiming to capture a spot in the Europa League or Champions League qualifying zone wants to go through as they are losing valuable points and could have started this new season of the Premier League in a much better way.

Lennon’s Spell With Spurs CLose To End

Aaron Lennon’s long spell at Tottenham may come to an end on transfer deadline day after it has been reported that QPR are interested in signing him on a permanent basis. Harry Redknapp knows the England international extremely well after having managed him for a few years when he was at Tottenham. Lennon was one of the important players under the regime of Redknapp, as he formed the perfect partner for Gareth Bale on the right side of the wing. The 27-year-old was a major reason in Tottenham finishing fourth and qualifying for the Champions League a few years ago.

Milan Reveals Close Balotelli Sale

The head of AC Milan has disclosed that he had the opportunity to sell Mario Balotelli for a big amount of money just before the beginning of the ongoing FIFA World Cup and he had almost secured that deal, but, for some reason, it couldn’t materialize.

There have been a lot of rumours of late about a couple of English clubs being interested in buying Balotelli. Arsenal is believed to be one of them.

Balotelli’s performance for his national side Italy in Brazil was not as good as expected. He began aright with a match defining goal against England, but, in the next two games, he disappointed his fans big time.

David Bentley retires from football

David Bentley, the former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur player has retired from professional football at the age of 29, after claiming to have fallen out of love with the game.

The Englishman played for seven different games during his career as a professional – Arsenal and their North London rivals Spurs, Norwich City, West Ham United as well as a stint with FC Rostov. But he spent arguably the most successful spell of his career with Blackburn Rovers, becoming the first ever player in Premier League history to score a hat-trick against Manchester United in a thrilling 4-3 victory over Sir Alex Ferguson’s side.