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

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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

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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

Tottenham are looking at a pair of young strikers to address their most important need this summer, a viable secondary option to Harry Kane.

The two strikers rumored right now are Antonio Sanabria, a 20-year-old Paraguayan who currently plays for AS Roma, and Vincent Janssen, a 21-year old Dutchman who is coming off a very fine season playing for AZ Alkmaar in the Eridivise. Arsenal attempted to snatch up Sanabria a couple of seasons ago but Roma beat them to the punch. He has spent the past season on loan with La Liga side Sporting Gijon, where he has had the opportunity to develop with regular playing time. Janssen seems more polished of the pair, and had a phenomenal scoring record this past season, netting 27 times in 34 games. Perhaps there is room for both at Tottenham, as they will surely want to have adequate depth ahead of a Champions League campaign.
Source: HITC Sport
Jun 8 - 3:50 AM

Mauricio Pochettino was quick to allay any injury fears by confirming Harry Kane was "OK" after his sides’ comprehensive victory at White Hart Lane on Sunday.

Kane suffered a dead leg late into the game against Man United and the striker was replaced with a minute of normal time remaining as a precaution. Tottenham blitzed their Premier League rivals during a six minute spell in which they scored three times, although surprisingly, Kane played no direct part in any of the goals. Spurs travel to the Britannia next weekend and need to maintain their current run of form to stay within touching of Leicester who continue to defy the odds. Jan Vertonghen and Erik Lamela will be a part of the squad following their return yesterday while top scorer Kane will be fine in one or twp days: "He is OK. He just had a kick and maybe a dead leg but he is OK," revealed Pochettino post-match.
Source: Clubcall
Apr 11 - 6:27 AM

Tottenham desperately needed a win to try and gain ground on Leicester City, but they could only manage a 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

This was an exciting contest wire to wire. Both sides had their chances in the first half, but the two sides went to the dressing room with neither grabbing an opener. Christian Eriksen came closest, blasting a shot from a large opening, but Simon Mignolet managed to parry it away. The Reds would grab a second half lead in the 51st minute, but Spurs were able to equalize eight minutes later. Eriksen chased a ball down in the corner and did well to find Kane, who turned inside the area and shot low to find the bottom far corner, grabbing his 22nd league goal of the season. It remained a back and forth affair right up until the final whistle but both keepers came up with big saves to keep their opponents out. A Leicester win tomorrow will add two points to the lead they had coming into the day and it would take a monumental collapse on their part to not see the season through to a title.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 2 - 2:31 PM

Harry Kane scored twice in the first 16 minutes and Spurs cruised to a 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Sunday.

It took less than 60 seconds for Kane to score Spurs first goal and the contest was never really in doubt after that. Kyle Walker provided the early assist for Kane and it was Dele Alli who turned provider 15 minutes later as the North London side doubled their lead. Christen Eriksen made the final score 3-0 in the second half and Spurs kept pace with leaders Leicester City.
Source: espnfc.com
Mar 20 - 2:23 PM

Harry Kane led Tottenham to a 2-0 win over Aston Villa in what was an easy match for Spurs.

Kane scored in the 45th and 48th minutes, both times assisted by Dele Alli, to give Tottenham a nice win over struggling Aston Villa. No one is surprised by the result, and Villa remain dead last with over 90% chance of relegation according to most projection systems. Tottenham, on the other hand, are in the battle for the title this season as they find themselves two points behind Leicester City, although they do have an extra match played.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 13 - 2:06 PM

Tottenham had a glorious chance to sit atop the league table after a Harry Kane goal gave them the lead in the second half, but 10-man Arsenal were able to equalize as the rivals finished in an exciting 2-2 final.

It was an emotional roller coaster for Spurs today. They looked the stronger side for the bulk of the first half, but were denied point blank by David Ospina and failed to finish on some other chances. Arsenal then managed to score with their first shot on target to take the lead into the break. Then, after Francis Coquelin was sent off with a second yellow card, Spurs scored twice quickly to grab a lead. First, Toby Alderweireld was able to smash home off a corner that was first touched by Erik Lamela. Then, Harry Kane struck a sublime shot that curled into the far corner of goal just two minutes later, assisted by Dele Alli. Spurs could not see the game out with a man advantage however as the Gunners found an equalizer in the final quarter hour of play. Tottenham enjoyed the top of the table for about 13 minutes and squandered an opportunity to possibly remain there at the end of the day.
Source: NBC Sports
Mar 5 - 10:17 AM

Harry Kane is expected to play through the pain barrier after breaking his nose during Sundays’ defeat in the FA Cup.

Kane caught a stray elbow to the face with an X-ray confirming his nose had been broken. With three games over the next seven days, Tottenham have already taken steps to ensure their leading scorer is available for what could prove to be a pivotal week. Although Kane may not be risked from the start against Fiorentina on Thursday, he is expected to take his place on the bench. Tottenham managed a 1-1 draw in the Stadio Artemio Franchi and Mauricio Pochettino may be tempted stick with a similar lineup with Swansea and a trip to West Ham three days later coming up.
Feb 23 - 11:20 AM

Harry Kane scored from the spot and added another from open play as Tottenham dispatched Norwich City easily, 0-3, pushing them above Arsenal to third in the table.

It was all Spurs from minute one and it only took the second minute to grab the opener. Christian Eriksen fired a shot that was parried into the path of Dele Alli who smashed it in for his 5th goal in last six road matches. Alli was then fouled in the box on the half hour mark which allowed Kane the chance to grab his first with a converted penalty shot. They would coast from there, but Kane would notch his 15th league goal of the season on 90 minutes, finishing sublimely after being set free with a pass from Eriksen. Alli was subbed at the break for apparently feeling "under the weather". Time will tell if he will be fit for the next match this weekend.
Source: NBC Sports
Feb 2 - 5:03 PM

Fulham teenage striker Moussa Dembele is having a medical evaluation as Tottenham are on the verge of signing him for a fee of around £6m.

Spurs have been needing to add a striker to their squad since the summer window, but the deal with Fulham looks to only be agreed upon if they loan the 19-year-old straight back to the Cottagers for the remainder of the season, which still leaves Tottenham lacking at the position. Dembele has eleven goals on the season and is one of the few attacking threats Fulham has, as they are fighting to avoid being relegated from the Championship. Mauricio Pochettino has proven to have a keen eye for young talent, so expect big things from the "other" Dembele if the transfer is completed, just not this season.
Source: The Guardian
Jan 30 - 8:08 AM

Harry Kane rocketed a penalty past Kasper Schmeichel in the dying minutes to earn Spurs a replay at the King Power Stadium.

It wasn't what Spurs wanted between adding another fixture to the schedule and having to bring Kane and Dele Alli into the match. Spurs went ahead early when Christen Eriksen powered home a rebounded Nacer Chadli shot. The Foxes responded with goals on either side of halftime. It looked like Spurs would bow out before a controversial penalty was called on Nathan Dyer.
Source: Espnfc.com
Jan 10 - 1:53 PM