JOSE MOURINHO is looking for improvements to his Tottenham squad in the January transfer window.
Spurs are on the lookout for new defenders, including Leeds' Ben White, while Harry Kane's injury means they will also be prioritising a centre-forward.
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TOTTENHAM provided an update earlier today on the alleged racism incident against Chelsea after Blues ace Antonio Rudiger claimed he was targeted.
Spurs said: “The Club and the Metropolitan Police have now exhausted all avenues of investigation following the reported incident at our home fixture against Chelsea on 22 December.
“We carried out extensive reviews of CCTV images and footage, working with professional lip readers. All materials and reports have now also been reviewed by the police who have carried out their own investigation.
“The police have notified us today that, having reviewed and investigated, they have closed the crime report as they can find no evidence to support the allegation of racial abuse.
“We fully support Antonio Rudiger with the action that he took – however there is no evidence to corroborate or contradict the allegation and as such neither ourselves nor the police are in a position to take any further action.
“We are fiercely proud of our anti-racism work and our zero tolerance of any form of discrimination. This is one reason why we have attributed so much time and resource to investigating this matter.
“Had we identified anyone guilty of this we were intent on issuing them with a lifetime ban from our stadium as they would have no place among our proud, diverse fan base.
“If any new information comes to light, this will be fully investigated.”
TICKETS for Tottenham's FA Cup replay at home to Middlesbrough will be available for just £20 in all areas.
Lucas Moura rescued a draw at the Riverside meaning the teams will do it all again next Tuesday night.
A trip to Southampton awaits in round four for the winner.
SUNSPORT'S Dave Kidd says Jose Mourinho is already making his presence felt at Spurs, but not necessarily for the right reasons…
He wrote: “Grumbling about the lack of depth in his squad? Tick.
“Touchline bust-ups with members of opposition coaching staff? Tick.
“A strange lack of sympathy with injured players? Tick.
“A reluctance to show confidence in youth? Tick.”
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EVERTON have taken the lead in the race to sign Juventus star Adrien Rabiot, according to reports.
Corriere dello Sport state that Arsenal and Tottenham are also interested in the former PSG midfielder and have taken concrete steps to bring him in on loan.
But Everton are willing to include a compulsory purchase clause, which has swung things in their favour.
Carlo Ancelotti's side would reportedly pay £4.25m to loan the Frenchman before signing him in the summer.
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