Harry Kane gives update on ankle problem from the Super Bowl

Harry Kane gives update on ankle problem from the Super Bowl

Tottenham have been handed a major injury boost as Harry Kane is set to return ahead of schedule and be fit for upcoming games against Chelsea and Arsenal, according to The Sun.

"But I think that's a good sign - you'd don't want to be coming here losing, and then be like, "Whatever".

"You can be a victor but if you don't have the tools to win, it's hard", Pochettino said at his pre-match press conference ahead of Tottenham's match against Newcastle United on Saturday.

He added: 'In the end to win the games, sometimes you need some luck.

"Take the example of Fernando Alonso and compare with Lewis Hamilton".

The newspaper says Kane will sit out Sunday's clash with Leicester City but Spurs are hoping he could make his comeback against Dortmund next week and play some part in their Champions League last-16 first leg. Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton are the best drivers in Formula One.

18-year-old midfielder Oliver Skipp has broken into the team this season and Pochettino mentioned Parrott when asked about Skipp last month. But do you think that's a problem with Alonso or a problem with the vehicle?

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"I followed it when I was in the Asian Games in Indonesia and I followed it this time as well".

"It happens also that you have an incredible auto but you crash after the first bend". That is so important, that he was very respectful with everyone.

Erik Lamela went even closer just before the 30-minute mark as his header struck the frame of the goal with Martin Dubravka well beaten, although the Newcastle shot-stopper did well to deny Moussa Sissoko minutes later.

However, despite links to several European clubs, Janssen stayed with Spurs and now Pochettino will include him in his first-team squad.

He scored at least ten goals in three straight seasons in the league since the 2016-2017 season.

It is believed owner Roman Abramovich has been displeased with their slide in form, and would favour Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino as his replacement should he choose to move on from his current manager in the near future.

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