SOCCER: Sunday's pitch invasion from Manchester United fans may prove costly to the Glazer family, and we're not just talking fines here.
For according to The Sun, the Glazers are ready to sanction a £90million bid for Harry Kane as they desperately attempt to quash fan fury.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is not keen to sell, even less so to a fellow Premier League club.
However, he may find it hard to resist a £90million bid from United, with Spurs needing to finance a rebuild of the squad.
United face huge competition from cross-city rivals Manchester City who are 5/2 favourites with Sky Bet to land the 27-year-old. United are second favourites at 3/1, with Paris Saint-Germain and former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino 8/1 to secure a summer deal for the England striker.
Grealish targets Villa return against Everton
The Villa captain has been sidelined with a shin injury since the middle of February.
Dean Smith's side have only won three of the 11 matches he has missed.
A previous comeback attempt was aborted before the game against Fulham on April 4, after the midfielder aggravated the injury in training.
Villa have been reluctant to put a timeframe on Grealish's return but, speaking to the Duke on Tuesday, the 25-year-old said: "I'm hoping a week to 10 days."
That would rule out a return against Manchester United on Sunday but potentially put him in contention for next Thursday's home match against Everton.
It would give Grealish four matches to prove his fitness for England manager Gareth Southgate ahead of this summer's Euros.
Campbell being considered for England Under-21 role
SOCCER: Sol Campbell has emerged as a leading candidate to become the next England U21 manager.
The Football Association will close applications for the post on Wednesday as they look for replacements for Aidy Boothroyd who left last month after five years in charge.
The Daily Mirror report that Campbell, regarded as one of the best centre halves of his generation, would be a hugely popular choice having won 76 caps for England.
He also has managerial experience in the lower leagues with Macclesfield and Southend.
Current England under-17s boss Justin Cochrane is favourite at 11/4 having also worked under FA technical director John McDermott during their time together at Tottenham.
England Under-20 coach Lee Carsley is 3/1 second favourite, with Frank Lampard 5/1.
* All odds correct at time of publication