Chelsea and Man City eyeing Alderweireld

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The Belgium worldwide has been left out of the Spurs squad for the Champions League last 16 first leg trip to Juventus, with The Daily Telegraph suggesting the omission throws his future into major doubt.

Some of the recent transfer speculation involving Chelsea...

Toby Alderweireld has missed Tottenham Hotspur's last two fixtures, but a report has suggested when he is expected to return.

However, the 28-year-old's future in north London is in doubt as he has just 18 months left to run on his current contract and Spurs are no closer to tying him down to an extension.

Given that is more than affordable for the likes of Real, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea, Spurs need to get him tied to new terms soon or cash in on him this summer, when they will still be able to demand an adequately hefty fee.

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According to the Mirror, Manchester Evening News reports that the Red Devils are keeping tabs on Toby whose contract runs out in the summer of 2019.

The Daily Mirror declare that Real Madrid "are ready to lead the chase" for Alderweireld and that there is also interest from Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United.

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