Tottenham Hotspur have been offered the chance to re-sign ex-striker Fernando Llorente this month on a short-term deal, under a season after he left the Lilywhites (Sky Sports).
Despite the fact that Llorente has played 21 times for Napoli and scored four goals this season in all competitions, they have reportedly offered him back to Spurs (transfermarkt).
Llorente was a Champions League hero for Tottenham last season, but left the club on a free transfer when his contract ran out in the summer, before signing for Napoli.
This all comes as Harry Kane has been ruled out with a long-term injury after rupturing the tendon in his left hamstring on New Year’s Day.
Spurs have no real out-and-out senior replacement with Llorente gone and Vincent Janssen sold in the summer.
However, Sky Sports have added that Tottenham are unlikely to make a move for the Spanish striker, even with the injury to Kane and the fact that Llorente is already known within the squad.
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