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Tottenham issue clear message on Ndombele's future as Levy urged to do more

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Here is your Tottenham Hotspur morning digest for Saturday, August 1.

Trust message

Daniel Levy and the Spurs board have been urged to show a "better understanding of the balance between the business and the football club".

In their July update, the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust have delivered a message to the powers that be following a chaotic season on the pitch.

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They said: "Daniel Levy’s message in the final home programme of the season appeared to be an attempt to respond to some of the issues supporters have continued to raise, but seemed to put setbacks almost exclusively down to bad luck.

"The decision to end the message with a sales pitch was unwise, and provides yet another example of the club’s communications unnecessarily creating a negative impression. The club board’s reluctance to respond to any questions about ultimate owner Joe Lewis is also unhelpful."

Read the full statement here.

Ndombele stance

Spurs have no intention of selling Tanguy Ndombele this summer.

The 23-year-old has been linked with various moves abroad following a tough first season at Spurs.

Barcelona, Bayern Munich and, most recently, Inter Milan have all been credited with an interest in the Frenchman.

Swap deals have been mooted for Ndombele, who started just 17 matches in his first season in England.

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Yet football.london understands that Spurs are not looking to sell the player this summer.

Read more on Daniel Levy and Jose Mourinho's views on the player.

Levy and Mourinho show head for heights

Levy and Jose Mourinho have shown they have a head for heights by climbing to the top of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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The stadium's newest visitor attraction to open is The Dare Skywalk, a 90-minute experience that challenges visitors to scale the heights of one of London's newest landmarks.

Visitors step out onto a glass walkway 46.8 metres above the stadium's football pitch and embark on a journey to the iconic golden cockerel, whilst also experiencing views across the capital.

Read Jose Mourinho's thoughts on the new experience.




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