Everton's John Stones is seen during his team's English Premier League soccer match between Everton and Manchester City at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool, England, Sunday Aug. 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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With just over a week to go until the British transfer window closes for four months, several Premier League clubs are steeling themselves to resist raids on their young stars from bigger rivals.All three have criticized the way the window will still be open four matches into the new Premier League season, which started a week earlier than usual because of next summer's European Championship finals.Tottenham fall into that category and manager Mauricio Pochettino, who was in charge at Southampton before leaving last year, is reported likely to be reunited with Wanyama.The first three games have also exposed his team's over-dependence on striker Harry Kane and Pochettino confirmed last week he wanted another forward.
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