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TOTTENHAM stormed back from one-nil down to record an opening weekend win over Aston Villa.

Christian Eriksen continues to be linked with a move away from the club, but came off the bench to inspire his side's late comeback.

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  • EX-SPURS striker Emmanuel Adebayor is poised to plough on with his career … by joining Iranian club Tractor SC.

    The ex-Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham striker is a free agent after leaving Turkish club Basaksehir in June.

    Adebayor has now been reportedly offered a two-year contract by Persian giants Tractor.

    Based in Tabriz, near Iran's border with Turkey, the club wants the 35-year-old to replace departed former Celtic and Sunderland striker Anthony Stokes.

    Adebayor has posted a story on Instagram linking him with the Persian Gulf Pro League outfit.

    The Togo international has spent 11 Premier League seasons with the Gunners, City, Spurs and Crystal Palace.

    He began his career in France with Metz and Monaco, and also had a spell on loan to Real Madrid.

    Tractor are Iran's best supported club, and play at the 67,000-capacity Yadegar-e-Emam Stadium.

    Ex-Fulham and Nottingham Forest winger Ashkan Dejagah is their vice-captain.

    Formerly known as Tractor Sazi, they finished fifth in their top flight last season.

  • DONCASTER ROVERShave completed the signing of forward Kazaiah Sterling on a season-long loan from Tottenham .

    The 20-year-old, who has been capped at England U17 and U18 level came off the bench in the Emirates FA Cup against Crystal Palace before spending the second part of the campaign on loan at Sunderland.

    Rovers boss Darren Moore said: “Kazaiah is a forward who is really highly-rated at Spurs, they see him as a first-team player for them very soon and he just needs more experience at senior level.

    “He has an excellent record at U23 level, has been recognised internationally and has scored when he has stepped up to senior level – I’m really excited to add him to my squad.

    “We have had to be patient on this signing because his parent club see him as having a big role for them, we respect that but believe he can make a real impact for us this coming season.”

  • A LOOK back at Eric Dier's debut winning goal against West Ham at Upton Park in 2014.

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