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Tottenham want £15m for Vincent Janssen amid MLS, China links - sources

Mauricio Pochettino provides an update on Dele Alli after Tottenham's win at Fulham and offers an optimistic view of the absence of his key players.

Tottenham are looking for around £15 million for wantaway striker Vincent Janssen, who has attracted tentative interest from clubs in MLS, China and Europe, sources have told ESPN FC.

Janssen, who last played for Spurs in August 2017, underwent foot surgery in the summer but is now fully fit and has recently played in three Under-23 matches, including two in the past week where he has scored one goal and provided two assists.

Despite Tottenham's dearth of attacking options, with Harry Kane...

Carlos Vela 'happy' at LAFC, refuses to rule out move to Barcelona

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains why LAFC's Carlos Vela could fit Barcelona's needs for a back-up striker after the departure of Munir to Sevilla.
With the January transfer window in full swing, take a look at whether or not Carlos Vela, Alvaro Morata and more will be making moves.

Carlos Vela has told ESPN that he is "happy" at LAFC and didn't expand on whether he could be headed to Barcelona, with rumors swirling that he is an option for the Catalan side in this January transfer window.

"They are issues for the clubs and agents," Vela told ESPN on Sunday in an interview. "I'm relaxed, working on the preseason and the most important thing is to be happy in the place you are. In the future we'll see what happens."

Vela's name being linked to Barcelona last week came as a surprise...

U.S. forward Jozy Altidore says exit from Toronto FC would be 'bittersweet'

Toronto FC star Jozy Altidore chats with Max Bretos and Herculez Gomez about his time with the club and the next step in his career.
Jozy Altidore tells Max Bretos and Herculez Gomez the U.S. need to get back to playing for the crest and the country, something he thinks some players lost sight of.

Jozy Altidore has hinted that his time with Toronto FC is nearing its conclusion, adding that the end, when that happens, will be "bittersweet."

With Altidore's contract expiring after the upcoming campaign, it's possible this season could be his last at BMO Field and Altidore did little to dispute that sentiment.

"It's been a terrific time, but at the end of the day, it's a business," Altidore said on the Max and Herc Podcast when asked about his future in Toronto. "When I say it's bittersweet...

Paul Pogba 'more free' and 'happy' now that Jose Mourinho has gone - Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic opens up to ESPN FC about Paul Pogba's revitalization since Jose Mourinho's departure and likens it to his disagreements with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.
In typical Zlatan Ibrahimovic fashion, he tells ESPN FC that his LA Galaxy will be successful in 2019 and discusses his 500th career goal.

Former Man United and current LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has given his two cents on the recent Paul Pogba-Jose Mourinho feud at Old Trafford.

"There are these players that need to be free, they need to feel free to do what they are able to do under the disciple of the coach," the Swede told ESPN FC at MLS' annual MLS Media Days. "Obviously, he has his tactics, he has that, but some players they go above these limits, and you need to let them be free, and I think Paul [Pogba] is one of...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says LA Galaxy 'will win' in 2019, discusses first year in MLS

In typical Zlatan Ibrahimovic fashion, he tells ESPN FC that his LA Galaxy will be successful in 2019 and discusses his 500th career goal.
Take the mic away? Avoid him? Kick him? MLS coaches have their (tongue-in-cheek) say as to how to stop the great man.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic opens up to ESPN FC about Paul Pogba's revitalization since Jose Mourinho's departure and likens it to his disagreements with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic said the LA Galaxy "will win" a title in his second year with the club.

Speaking to ESPN FC during the annual MLS media days in Los Angeles, the Swedish striker said he had opportunities to go elsewhere following a campaign when he scored 22 goals and added 10 assists, but felt he had unfinished business with the Galaxy, especially given that LA missed the playoffs for the second year running.

"I think as a football player, you want to feel alive, as long as you're active," Ibrahimovic...