Tottenham Hotspur found out about Harry Kane’s injury way back on January 1 when the striker was forced off the pitch against Southampton at St Mary’s.
On January 9, the club released a statement saying that Kane would need surgery and would likely not return to training until early April.
We are now just two days from the transfer deadline in January and Tottenham have still not sourced a new striker to replace the England captain.
They have, however, splashed out on a new central midfielder on loan in Gedson Fernandes, a permanent deal for Giovani Lo Celso, and the purchase of Steven Bergwijn.
Due to this rather uncharacteristic spending from Daniel Levy, the Sun suggest that Spurs have been left with just £10m to spend on a new centre-forward.
If true, Spurs have just a matter of days to find themselves a bargain, or face being without a recognised senior striker for months on end.
Spurs Web Opinion:
If true, I doubt that Spurs will find anything more than a loan for that price, or perhaps a cheap deal for Olivier Giroud. I would almost prefer just putting Parrott in at that point.
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