Alexis Sanchez has played more minutes for club and country since June 1 than Harry Kane. How?!
More Liverpool players than Manchester United ones? None from Arsenal? Or Crystal Palace?
If Jan Vertonghen has any sense about him, he will listen to his mother and return to Ajax one day.
Jan Vertonghen believes team-mate Christian Eriksen is now among the best playmakers in the world.
Jan Vertonghen has been discussing the different challenges Carroll and Hernandez with present today...
Serge Aurier's debut, Harry Kane's brilliance, Jan Vertonghen's red. Poch had plenty to discuss.
Two players from Liverpool, two players from Chelsea, then the rest are a lovely assortment.
Jan Vertonghen wants Tottenham's rivals to keep spending, because it's better when they then beat them.
Chelsea and Spurs are the only clubs to appear on both shortlists. There's no sign of Liverpool or United...
Mourinho moans but Spurs have more players with over 4,000 minutes this season. Poor Pogba, though.
Spurs boast three, while Chelsea and United each have two representatives. And we missed out your favourite.
Tottenham defender says they'll keep pushing Chelsea in the hope the leaders 'get a bit stressed'...
Jan Vertonghen says Tottenham are refusing to give up in the race for the Premier League title.
Vertonghen says Tottenham have options, but that Kane is the league's best player. Big talk.
Salt and pepper. Bread and butter. Fish and chips. Pen and paper. Left and right. Craig and Gareth...
Jamie Carragher believes David Luiz is as good as any central defender in the Premier League.
Jan Vertonghen has signed a new contract at Tottenham that will run until 2019.
Just look at Jordan Henderson. The Prem also boasts Europe's best dribblers, creators and tacklers
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen faces up to eight weeks on the sidelines after tearing ankle ligaments
"It is something I have never experienced before and we have to keep this together."
Vertonghen faces a spell on the sidelines after suffering an injury from Wickham's elbow. Wimmer?
"They kick every ball they get long and run," says the big Belgian. Is he wrong? He's not wrong.
Jan Vertonghen believes Tottenham's late collapse against Newcastle on Sunday was a one-off.
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