Toby Alderweireld sends message to Tottenham

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Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld has suggested that he could stay at the club, despite reports of a stall in talks over a new contract.

Manchester United target Toby Alderweireld has hinted he could do a U-turn to stay at Tottenham.

The Belgium global featured just 14 times in the Premier League last season, with his campaign disrupted by suggestions of a contract stalemate as well as hamstring and thigh injuries.

Pellegrini will want an added goalscorer in the ranks at the London Stadium, whether top-scorer Marco Arnautovic leaves for Manchester United or not (Sky Sports), as the side were seriously lacking attacking depth last season, with the likes of Andy Carroll now seemingly on borrowed time.

He further said, "I have two years left on my contract".

"I was on medication for a few months - again, nobody knows about that apart from my agent - but I'm off the medication now, I'm good now and looking forward to how far we can go in Russian Federation".

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The 29-year-old is away on global duty with Belgium at the World Cup and will come up against plenty of familiar faces when they face England.

Newcastle United, Everton and even Leicester City are the clubs interested in signing the 20-year-old on loan for next season.

The Belgian defender also believes that England, a team he knows well following his years playing in the Premier League, will have a good tournament in Russian Federation.

Those rumours refuse to go away, and the saga is likely to accelerate after the World Cup, when the player can become an active part of discussions himself. They are a very good team.

According to the Daily Star, Dwight said to 888sport: "We don't know too much about Dalot and Fred and they haven't been tested yet in our league".

The article says that Manchester United could revive their interest in Rose, but only if Luke Shaw leaves or if they fail in bids to bring other players to Old Trafford this summer.

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