It has been almost a week since Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane was injured against Manchester United in a 1-0 defeat.

However, despite finding out that the star man would be out for over a month, Tottenham have yet to bring in any kind of replacement.

Usually they would be able to turn to the likes of Heung Min Son and Lucas Moura in their time of need, but they are away on international duty and nursing an injury respectively.

Therefore, Spurs must either plug the gap with a player already in their ranks, such as Fernando Llorente or Troy Parrot, or dip into the transfer market.

Ex-Arsenal and England man Ray Parlour believes that it would be a big move for someone like Jamie Vardy.

If signed, Vardy would be all but guaranteed at least a taste of Champions League football, as well as a period of regular starting spots in the League.

Should Spurs put in a bid, considering Leicester are leaving him out of the starting line up at the moment?

Parlour told talkSPORT (as reported by the Express): “Spurs, I’m sure they’ll be working behind the scenes.

“[Mauricio] Pochettino, Daniel Levy will be looking, ‘Who’s available? Who can we get in?’.

“Jamie Vardy was always going to be mentioned. It would be a big move for him, Champions League football.

“You’re looking at Spurs, will they put a bid in for someone like Jamie Vardy? He’s not been playing on a regular basis, he’s been left out of the team quite often.

“So it will be interesting to see and time is ticking on and really if you’re going to bring someone in, you might as well bring them in as early as you can.

“They desperately need a player now, they’ve got Fulham on the weekend, [Crystal] Palace in the cup.

“I’m sure Spurs fans will be hoping they can get someone in.”

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