08 August 2017

Harry Kane and Dele Alli put in the hard yards with Tottenham team-mates as they prepare for Premier League opener

TOTTENHAM stars were put through their paces in training as Mauricio Pochettino applies his finishing touches ahead of the start of the Premier League.

Harry Kane and Dele Alli were both in action as Spurs prepare for their Premier League opener against Newcastle at St James’ Park on Sunday.

Harry Kane pressured Heung-min Son for the ball
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Dele Alli smiled ahead of Spurs’ Premier League opener
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Hugo Lloris led out the goalkeepers ahead of training
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Pochettino’s squad is incredibly familiar as they are yet to make any signings so far this summer.

While flop, Moussa Sissoko, also took to the field as he looks to revive his career at White Hart Lane ahead of the new season.

Kane will be looking to improve on last season’s goal tally after he netted 29 to claim the Golden Boot.

As will his fellow England international, Alli, who was the sixth top-scorer in the top flight, chipping in with 18 goals.

Last season Spurs finished seven points behind Chelsea who finished as champions with 93 points.

Spurs were without last season’s key man Kyle Walker, following his £54million move to Manchester City this summer.

Christian Eriksen gave a thumbs up during the session
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Flop Moussa Sissoko was involved in training
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Ben Davies smiled as he spoke ahead of their trip to Newcastle
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Despite their lack of transfer activity, Spurs continue to be linked with Everton midfielder Ross Barkley.

They have also entered the race for Valencia right-back Joao Cancelo but face competition from Juventus for the £25million right back.

But their versatile star Eric Dier is wanted by Bayern Munich – who may try and test Spurs’ mettle with a £50million bid.

Harry Kane and his Spurs teammates begin their season against Newcastle
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