Tottenham linked with Liverpool striker

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With Kane sidelined until March with an ankle injury and Son Heung-min on worldwide duty for South Korea at the Asian Cup, Spurs have been left short of forwards at a crucial stage in the season.

Kane is the club's top scorer with 14 league goals this season, followed by Son with eight.

'After the Tranmere game in the FA Cup, all the headlines were for Fernando Llorente.

Tottenham Hotspur are reacting to the news that Harry Kane is to miss more than a month with injury, by targeting the signing of Real Betis forward Antonio Sanabria, according to The Independent. It's so important. I'm not anxious about that.

"You can play Llorente, you can play Dele Alli, you can play Erik Lamela, you can play Kazaiah Sterling, Troy Parrott". The likelihood of Liverpool allowing one of their squad players to join a title rival seems highly unlikely especially after they allowed Dominic Solanke to recently join Bournemouth.

'Look, Chelsea played against us with Eden Hazard like a striker, when Olivier Giroud was on the bench and Alvaro Morata was out of the squad.

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"We are so insane, the managers that sometimes we decide to do something different, no?"

The former Belvedere Boys talent signed his first contract with the Premier League giants last July and has progressed impressively.

"If Mousa's in the middle of the pitch, what happens with his teammates? We are not considering him".

"But at the moment I think there's not too many possibilities to add this type of player that can improve us". "You add different qualities and you have to mix them with the team and be consistent again and find a different way". He was released without charge.

"You know me very well after almost five years and I am not anxious", he said. "He's going to be available [to play]".

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