Tottenham vs Juventus : Welcome to the Evening Standard’s LIVE coverage of the International Champions Cup match between Juventus and Tottenham.
Club-record signing Tanguy Ndombele could make his Tottenham debut against the reigning Serie A champions today, while a familiar could be lining up for Juve, with former Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey also in line to play.
Tottenham vs Juventus
Get the coffee brewing and come join us because we got Tottenham Hotspur preseason friendly football happening, direct from Singapore! Spurs are facing Juventus at the National Stadium in Singapore in the first of two matches in the International Champions Cup, a totally legitimate tournament that in no way is designed to make lots of money from international fans who want to see their favorite football teams play.
With both teams possessing fierce attacks, lots of goal-scoring action should be anticipated
Tottenham Hotspur face Juventus at the Singapore National Stadium in the International Champions Cup on Sunday.
Maurizio Sarri takes the helm of affairs in Turin, with the hope of continued dominance on the domestic scene and secure long-awaited continental success.
His side has been strengthened with big signings in Matthijs de Ligt, Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot, and they will be eager to hit the ground running immediately.
Sunday will showcase a clash between two of the nearly clubs in the Champions League in recent years, with 2019 runners-up Tottenham meeting a Juventus side who finished second in the European Cup in both 2015 and 2017.
While the Premier League outfit are, largely, happy to maintain their ploy of continuity, Juventus have taken to the transfer market in order to strengthen their panel over the course of the summer.
Following the blockbuster move to secure Cristiano Ronaldo 12 months ago, the Turin side have this week secured the services of Matthijs de Ligt, who was one of the stars of the Champions League last term with Ajax. Among their other high-profile arrivals are Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain and Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal, though the Welshman will not line up against his former London rivals.
While these matches will be about gelling a new team for the Italians, from the perspective of Spurs, what is key for them is starting to get over the hurt from their loss to Liverpool little under two months ago.