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Harry Kane doubtful for Spurs' trip to Swansea due to illness

01 January 2018

Kane, who has scored hat-tricks in consecutive games, missed training on Friday but the manager was hoping the England global will still have enough time to recover.

A treble against Southampton on Boxing Day meant Kane has hit 39 Premier League goals in 2017, beating Alan Shearer's 22-year record for goals in a calendar year.

"He's cold, like me", said Pochettino. He's at home, the doctor was at his house.

"Will he be fit to face Swansea? I would modestly say no", Wenger admitted, when asked about Kane's remarkable feat on Wednesday. "I don't know whether he will be available or not".

Victor Wanyama has returned to full first time training following a knee injury. "We'll see how he reacts to the treatment".

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The Belgium global was withdrawn in the 55th minute of the Southampton game and Pochettino said: "Now we're assessing him. He's a doubt for Tuesday".

"For me, there is no doubt about his quality or potential". We can talk about many things, but at the end it's talk for talk, because it's impossible to put a price on him.

"From day one, when he started to play here at Tottenham and achieve all he has achieved, not one other young player of his age - not Cristiano Ronaldo, not [Frank] Lampard, not [Wayne] Rooney. massive players, great players - he achieved more than all those big names. Sometimes it's not possible".

We expect that there will be plenty of banter flying around the Tottenham dressing room after this humorous bit from Rose when Spurs' squad reconvenes to take to Swansea City on 2nd January!

Harry Kane doubtful for Spurs' trip to Swansea due to illness