Reliable journalist provides update on potentially huge blow for Tottenham
By Russell Edge
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has said he thinks he is fine but will undergo checks after being substituted in the 4-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday, according to a reliable journalist.
Geoff Shreeves, Sky Sports’ football reporter, stated on his personal Twitter account that he had asked Kane about a potential injury during an interview, but the forward insisted he thought he was okay.
told me he thought was fine, going to have it checked and Potch would know when he came to do his interview.MP confirmed so.
— Geoff Shreeves (@GeoffShreeves) October 22, 2017
The England forward hobbled off the pitch appearing to hold his hamstring, having seen Liverpool kick the ball into touch with the 24-year-old sat prone on the ground in the dying minutes of the match at Wembley.
Having netted twice against the Reds, the first a smart finish coming after just four minutes, he was replaced by fellow striker Fernando Llorente, who would be in line to replace the star man if he was to be laid off by injury.
However it appears that Tottenham fans need not worry about what could have been a major blow for the club, with Kane undoubtedly their primary source for goals this season.
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He has netted 13 goals in 12 appearances for the north London side this season, eight of those coming in the Premier League, while he also set up Heung-min Son on Sunday for his first league assist.
He has scored over 20 goals in each of the last three top flight campaigns, and has picked up two successive Premier League golden boot awards.
In other Tottenham news, Sky Sports have revealed a crucial update on reported transfer talks with a European giant.