There are few footballers who can create frustration like Emmanuel Adebayor, for here is a player who on his day can be virtually unplayable but more often than not can flatter to deceive so much so that it is difficult to see how he has played for the clubs he has.
Gareth Bale's double PFA award winning season has only made himself a bigger target for clubs who will surely come calling during the off season.
Everything Tottenham fans need to know about their £6m target - Christian Atsu scouting report (video)
Of all the young Ghanaian prospects out there, the star of Christian Atsu shines the brightest. The speedy left winger, who plays for Porto, has seen his stock rise over the last two years as he has made a large impact on both the Portuguese league and his national team.
The awards ceremony for the PFA’s player of the year and young player of the year took place in London last night. Gareth Bale was the big winner of the night scooping both the Player of the year and Young player of the year awards becoming only the third player ever to win both awards in the same season.
It’s neck and neck in the EPL at the moment. It’s the "bum on seat edges", "no, I can't look at the penalty", "nail biting (and spitting out because it’s actually disgusting)" time in football. Three London teams competing for a Champions league spot and neither of them are willing to back down.
Manchester City will officially hand the Premier League trophy back to their neighbours Manchester United if they lose to Tottenham on Sunday and the Reds pick up all three points in their tie with Aston Villa on Monday evening.
There's a negative atmosphere surrounding White Hart Lane at the moment, that's for sure. Knocked out of Europe and falling out of the top four and fans believe this is the beginning of the eventual capitulation between now and the end of the season. Not for Nick Harris, however, who, as Monty Python as it may sound, is instead looking on the bright side of life.
With Defoe failing to replicate his early season form and Adebayor being, well, Adebayor, it's not a shock to see Spurs linked with a host of strikers come the end of the season. But just how many will need to arrive at White Hart Lane in time for the new season? Nick Harris investigates.