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Harry Kane | Forward | #10

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (23) / 7/28/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 143

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After much anticipation and speculation, Tottenham and Harry Kane have agreed a new contract that will see the start striker committed to Spurs until 2022.
Kane stated verbally last week that he wanted to stay with the club and now that statement has become a reality. While Spurs have had a disappointing season thus far, especially their performance in the Champions League, they have done well to lock up their young talented players to long-term contracts. Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli have also resigned since the summer and all three key players in the Tottenam attack should be playing together for many seasons to come. It will be interesting to see how Kane responds on the pitch this weekend. Many fantasy managers are investing in the English striker ahead of a nice run of fixtures for Spurs starting with Swansea on Saturday. Dec 1 - 7:21 AM

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Tottenham fans have reason to rejoice after star forward Harry Kane verbally committed his future to the club.

Kane has been linked with a big-money move in recent weeks, with many transfer rumors linking him with Manchester United, after reports emerged of contract talks stalling as the striker demands wage packages on par with England teammates Daniel Sturridge and Jamie Vardy (£120,000-a-week). But Kane said on Sunday that he has no intention of leaving the club in the near future: "I'm happy at the club. A lot of people are going to speculate about contracts but I am happy - you saw me out there (on Saturday)...We're having a conversation and I have no doubts that we will get it sorted. As I say, I want to be here for a long time and I am sure I will be."
Source: Sky Sports
Nov 22 - 5:03 AM

Harry Kane took the Man of the Match honors as his late brace propelled Tottenham to a 3-2 victory over West Ham 3-2 in the North London derby.

Harry Kane once again proved why he's one of the most influential strikers in the Premier League. Tottenham looked on the verge of defeat when West Ham took a 2-1 lead through Manuel Lanzini's 68th-minute penalty and headed into the final minute of the match on top. However, Kane turned the match on its head with a goal in the 89th minute and stole all three points when he converted a penalty in stoppage time. Tottenham remain 5th in the table, with 24 points, while the match also saw youngster Harry Winks score on his Premier League debut
Source: NBC Sports
Nov 19 - 2:47 PM

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that Harry Kane is fully fit but will watch his minutes ahead of a busy fixture list ahead.

England manager Gareth Southgate released the forward after the World Cup qualifier against Scotland in order to rest and build up his fitness, which appears to have paid dividends. But with a week featuring a Champions League game sandwiched in between two Premier League matches, Pochettino said he will try to manage Kane's game time appropriately: "Training was good after his return from the national team. He’s a little tired today because training has been hard. We don’t know about 90 minutes and we also need to manage him for the next games, Monaco and then Chelsea. We’ll see what happens during the game. He’s in good condition."
Nov 18 - 1:54 PM

Harry Kane has been released from the England camp but fantasy owners can breathe a sigh of relief as his withdrawal was part of an agreement over the striker’s call-up.

Kane was an unused substitute in the 3-0 victory over Scotland on Friday having recently spent several weeks side-lined due to an ankle ligament injury. The Tottenham striker played 73 minutes on his return in the north London derby prior to the break but Gareth Southgate insisted he wouldn’t take any risks with Kane and would only use him if England were desperate for a goal. "Once we'd assessed our injury status and the fact we were fine and covered," the Three Lions boss was happy for Kane to leave. "The sessions that we're going to do aren't what Harry needs at this time, having had such a long lay-off." Kane will return to Tottenham to fully prepare for Saturdays late kick-off against London rivals West Ham United.
Source: BBC Sport
Nov 13 - 3:14 PM

Harry Kane played his first game since mid-September and converted a penalty kick to help Tottenham earn a 1-1 draw with Arsenal.

It was a classic derby game, both sides putting in positive displays, taking turns looking the better side. It was Arsenal that took the lead a few minutes before halftime though, as Kevin Wimmer, playing in a back 3 for Spurs, headed a Mesut Ozil free kick into his own goal. Six minutes into the second half, Mousa Dembele did well to swerve his way into the box, drawing a foul in the process. Kane stepped up and finished the spot kick for his third PL goal of the season. Tottenham were inches away from a winner, when a Christian Eriksen free kick bounced off the post. Spurs remain three points behind their arch rivals.
Source: NBC Sports
Nov 6 - 9:03 AM

Harry Kane has fully recovered from an ankle injury that has kept him out of action since mid-September and Mauricio Pochettino hints that the striker could be handed a a start straight away.

It wasn't long after Kane injured himself in the win over Sunderland back in September that the club were doing everything possible to have him ready in time for the always-heated North London derby. It is a tough situation to react to for Kane owners in head-to-head leagues. Even if her were to start, it would be very surprising for the striker to be given more than 60 minutes. Vincent Janssen, who has not been of much use in Kane's absence, will quickly fade back to fantasy obscurity after this weekend.
Source: Independent
Nov 5 - 4:34 AM

Harry Kane, who has been out of action with an ankle injury since mid-September, will be left out of Tottenham's Champions League tie with Leverkusen but is aiming to return at the weekend's North London derby.

Kane is back in training for Spurs but Mauricio Pochettino ruled out any thought of playing in tonight's CL match. However, it sounds as though Kane will be available for selection against Arsenal provided he experiences no setbacks during his training sessions. Considering his length of time out, Kane is likely to play the role of super-sub against the Gunners. Once the reigning Golden Boot winner is back up to speed, Vincent Janssen's playing time will be dramatically reduced.
Source: The Guardian
Nov 2 - 7:38 AM

Tottenham fans received the news they've been waiting for with the return of superstar forward Harry Kane to training.

Kane was originally expected to miss around two months after suffering an ankle injury at the end of a Week 5 win against Sunderland that saw him stretchered off. But manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that the striker is in line to return to training on Monday with Kane hoping to be fully fit for the Week 11 North London Derby at Arsenal. Said Pochettino: "Hopefully as soon as possible we can recover him, and the team will get stronger. The Champions League game on Tuesday is too soon for him but maybe Monday he will start to train on the pitch."
Source: The Guardian
Oct 17 - 2:56 PM

Harry Kane, who was thought to be out of action for about two months because of ligament damage in his ankle, is thought to be able to fully recover in a matter of six weeks.

A six week absence for a player like Kane is still a tough blow for Spurs to navigate around, but a shortened timetable will certainly lift spirits for the club, especially considering that gives him a target to return in time for the derby match against Arsenal in early November. Tottenham have been hit with the injury bug in recent times but showed they have adequate depth by grinding out a Champions League win last night against CSKA Moscow, despite missing Kane along with Danny Rose, Mousa Dembele, Moussa Sissoko and Eric Dier. Another tough test comes at the weekend when they attempt to snap Manchester City's perfect record.
Source: Daily Mail
Sep 28 - 5:11 AM

Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that Harry Kane suffered ligament damage to his ankle in Tottenham's win over Sunderland on Sunday, but doesn't "want to put a timeframe on" his return.

Reports have suggested that the striker will miss somewhere around two months of action but the manager is not willing to offer such a prognosis. Depending on the results of the scan of his ankle, the severity of the damage should offer some insight as to whether Kane could return sooner, but that information is, for now, under wraps. Fantasy managers in draft leagues should prepare for life without him for at least a month and hope for the best. On a positive note, Pochettino is "not expecting big issues" from the injuries to Mousa Dembelea and Eric Dier. The duo could come into contention for Week 6 after further assessment. Neither were thought to take part in this week's League Cup tie as the manager will likely be naming an XI filled with fringe players.
Sep 20 - 8:07 AM

A goal by Harry Kane was enough for Spurs to edge Sunderland, 1-0, but the valuable striker was one of three Tottenham players to leave the match because of injury.

A bittersweet three points were collected by Spurs today. They dominated Sunderland for the entire match but struggled to score. In the first half, they had over 70% possession, taking 19 shots, six hitting the target, but no goal to show for it. The breakthrough finally came just before the hour mark, when a Kyle Walker cross was headed by Alli to Kane who banged the ball in from five yards out, giving him two goals in his last two league games. Things turned sour after that as Mousa Dembele, making his return from suspension, left the match with a knock. Eric Dier was removed shortly thereafter when he appeared to tweak his hamstring. Kane then looked to have twisted his ankle, leaving the match on a stretcher. Kane's injury looked the most serious and we will provide injury updates on all three as soon as information comes to light.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 18 - 1:33 PM

Harry Kane opened his account with a late goal against Stoke City in Week 4 and, with the return of Mousa Dembele from suspension, is poised to explode for Tottenham going forward.

The 2016/2017 season is setting up precisely the way 2015/2016 played out. Kane started slowly last season, but once Dembele settled into a regular role, the English striker began to shine. In one of the most telling stats in the world of fantasy football, 24 of the 25 goals Kane scored last season were obtained in the 27 games he and Dembele started together. In the eleven games Kane played and Dembele didn't, Kane scored only once. The goal against the Potters should take some pressure off of the striker after a slow start which comes on the heels of a forgettable performance for England in this summer's Euros. With a home game against Sunderland in Week 5, a club that just allowed Romelu Lukaku score a hat trick, there is nothing but positive vibes for Kane owners and investors this coming weekend.
Source: Daily Mirror
Sep 14 - 4:09 AM

Tottenham are still targeting Vincent Janssen even though their initial bid for the striker was turned down by AZ Alkmaar.

After Spurs entered what they thought was a healthy bid for the 21-year-old, they were summarily rejected by AZ Alkmaar, much to Janssen's chagrin. Janssen stated publicly that a deal could not be reached and that he was ready to take the next step in his career and move on from his current club. He also is reported to favor a move to Tottenham over PSG, who are also interested in him. Spurs had also dangled an offer to Inter for Mauro Icardi, but that deal was squashed and the rumors have died down, so it is looking like Janssen is the most likely to fill an important void on Tottenham's roster at this point in time.
Source: HITC Sport
Jul 4 - 7:43 AM

Harry Kane insists he feels "sharp" and "fresh" following criticism for his lacklustre performances at Euro 2016.

The Premier League hotshot is yet to score in the Championships and was way below par in the opener versus Russia, while manager Roy Hodgson only afforded Kane 45-minutes against Wales when he was hauled off at half-time. Kane was then rested for the draw with Slovakia but could return to the starting line-up on Monday when England face Iceland in the last-16: "I'm not tired, I'm 100 per cent fresh and I feel sharp, I feel ready," he said. "If called upon I'll be going out there and giving it 110 percent." Wayne Rooney and Adam Lallana will be checked ahead of the game after the pair picked up ankle injuries in training, although neither is believed to be serious. The Three Lions could face hosts France in the quarter-finals with a victory over the tournament outsiders.
Source: BBC Sport
Jun 24 - 11:25 AM