Gerrard wants Liverpool to sign Wanyama. Tottenham want £50m. Wanyama wants to stay.
Mauricio Pochettino quite likes the look of new midfield pairing Moussa Sissoko and Victor Wanyama.
Tottenham are selling four players to generate £170m. Obviously. And is Bale coming back to the Prem?
Arsenal are planning some big moves. And Liverpool are one of three clubs watching Wanyama.
No, not Harry Kane. No, not Michel Vorm. Steven Gerrard would like Victor Wanyama at Liverpool.
Victor Wanyama would have made all Tottenham's recent pain go away, according to yer man Poch.
Mourinho moans but Spurs have more players with over 4,000 minutes this season. Poor Pogba, though.
Xhaka, Wanyama, Pochettino and, yes, Wenger. No identity, no plan, no progress...
Which players have not been missed by their clubs this season? There's two from Liverpool...
Tottenham have options this season - especially with Victor Wanyama playing so well in midfield.
Five players overshadowed when they joined this summer, but who have quickly won over the fans.
Lovely words for Mauricio Pochettino, Victor Wanyama and Tottenham's press. Not so for that Man City defence...
Granit Xhaka, Ilkay Gundogan, Victor Wanyama and N'Golo Kante. Which club got the best deal?
Victor Wanyama thanked the Southampton fans as he completed a move to Tottenham.
Victor Wanyama has confirmed his imminent move from Southampton to Spurs. Good signing?
Kenyan midfielder reported to have flown into London ahead of a bargain £11m transfer.
More dross about Neymar that doesn't change the fact he's staying, plus Christian Benteke to Chelsea?
PSG want Sturridge for £50m, Arsenal want Kroos, Stones and Wanyama, Van Gaal left out of video
Maya Yoshida believes Victor Wanyama did not deserve to be sent off, but the midfielder owes Southampton some doughnuts.
The Neymar whodunnit, United still want Elabdellaoui, Costa back to Atletico, other guff...
Southampton boss says if you misbehave, you will sit on the naughty step. He's not messing about.
Ronald Koeman has warned Arsenal and Tottenham not to waste their time pursuing Victor Wanyama.
"I don't regret it...but I want to forget it," says Saints midfielder Victor, spitting some sick bars.
Victor Wanyama has admitted he is suffering from short-term memory loss at Southampton.
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