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Spurs legend Greaves leaves hospital

Jimmy Greaves has considerably improved. Credit: PA

Former England and Tottenham striker Jimmy Greaves has left hospital just over a month after suffering a severe stroke.

The 75-year-old was admitted into intensive care on May 3 but his friend and agent Terry Baker has now confirmed Greaves "has left hospital and entered a rehabilitation unit for the next few weeks".

Baker added in a statement on Facebook: "He has improved considerably but there is still a very long way to go."

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Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris open to joining Man Utd

Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris could not hide his feelings when asked whether he would join Manchester United if David de Gea leaves for Real Madrid.

Lloris would be a target for Man Utd if De Gea leaves. Credit: PA

Lloris is reportedly on a United shortlist of possible replacements for De Gea, who is said to be considering his future with only one year left on his Old Trafford contract and Madrid keen on taking him back to Spain.

In comments carried in The Sun, Lloris said: "For the moment there is a goalkeeper at United and we are watchful of his situation. You have to keep a certain calm with all this.

"If things should happen then they'll happen naturally."

Lloris, 28, joined Spurs from Lyon in 2012 and has made 99 league appearances. He is under contract at White Hart Lane until 2019.

Spurs can't let Lloris join Man United - Verthongen

Jan Vertonghen wants Lloris to stay. Credit: PA

Tottenham must not let goalkeeper Hugo Lloris leave White Hart Lane this summer if they are serious about breaking back into the top four, according to defender Jan Vertonghen.

France international Lloris, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United, was one of the stand-out performers for Spurs last season, who rallied to end the campaign in fifth place and so qualify again for the Europa League.

He's a great guy, great captain, great goalkeeper and a brilliant player for us.

He's the captain, very important and this season he was one of our best players.

He's been outstanding for us and if you want to continue growing as a club you have to keep your best players and Hugo is one of them.

I hope Tottenham can keep him. It will be a sign for everyone next year that we want to compete in the Premier League.

– Jan Vertonghen
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