Toby Alderweireld brands Tottenham starting line-up omission 'unjustified'

Alderweireld finished third with Belgium at the World Cup in Russia

Alderweireld finished third with Belgium at the World Cup in Russia

Cape Town - Toby Alderweireld feels he did enough with Belgium at the Soccer World Cup to re-establish himself in the Tottenham Hotspur side.

Kane has scored 108 league goals since the 2012-13 season - enough to fire a team to the title - but have Lloris' 15 errors leading to goals (five last season) within the same time frame led to Tottenham's silverware shortcomings?

As a outcome, Barca are looking into either selling or loaning out defender Mina, who scored three goals for Colombia at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Alderweireld has been linked with a move to several European clubs and the full-back says he is uncertain about his future although he is planning to start next season at Tottenham.

"I wanted to prove something to me, show that the period before the tournament in which I, for whatever reason, did not play, it was unjustified".

"If you look at most Premier League winners their goalkeeper has been extraordinary, and I just think Lloris is good, nothing more".

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"I wanted to show that I am still the same Toby as in November".

Speaking soon after arriving back from Belgium's World Cup campaign in Russia, Alderweireld did not pull any punches when talking about his current employers.

"Physically there was no problem, because it was just my only major injury from my career".

Kane said: "I will hopefully be back for the first game and hopefully try and score in August this year". "We will see", he said.

Spurs finished third in 2017-18, three points behind second-placed United, with Jan Vertonghen and Davinson Sanchez regularly deployed as their starting centre-backs.

However, his contract expired at the end of June meaning he's now a free agent after refusing to sign an extension with the Ukrainian giants and he's attracted interest from the Premier League.

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