Tottenham Hotspur have cancelled Harry Kane’s season long loan at Norwich City as their striker crisis continues, according to Sky Sports.

Andre Villas-Boas attempted to sign at least one forward in the January transfer window but failed with a last ditch attempt for Brazilian Leandro Damiao so has had to recall the 19-year-old from the Canaries.

Kane was unlucky with injuries since he arrived at Carrow Road in the summer and only made a handful of appearances meaning his departure is no great loss for Chris Hughton.

Jermain Defoe is struggling to find his goalscoring form and Togo’s Emmanuel Adebayor is currently in South Africa for the African Cup of Nations leaving Kane as an important player for the upcoming games.

Millwall are interested in bringing Kane back to the Den for the remainder of the season after his impressive form their last season, but until Villas-Boas is happy with his strikeforce not deal will be viable for Spurs.

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  • ped
    1 year ago

    it’s in your hands now harry… show ‘em what you can do.

    Reply
  • spuds4me
    1 year ago

    Hurricane will never get a better chance to impress from the bench. Perhaps a partnership in prospect with JD; that little and large combo?

    Reply

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