Rossi a no-go for Tottenham as Pochettino rules out panic buys

Harry Kane’s injury will keep him out until March

Harry Kane’s injury will keep him out until March

Kane's absence comes at the wrong time for Pochettino who recently saw Son - after registering seven goals in his last eight matches - depart for the Asian Games.

Rossi is a free agent after leaving Genoa previous year following an injury-plagued time in Italy and the striker is now training with former club Manchester United in order to stay fit.

Mauricio Pochettino's side are yet to sign a new striker in January to replace him and Heung-Min Son is also away on global duty with South Korea at the Asian Cup to leave concerns of where the goals are going to come from.

"However, it took a collective effort from my England team-mates, Gareth Southgate and his staff to achieve such a positive 2018 and we were backed by fantastic support both from the stands and back at home along the way".

"It is a muscle we need to be careful with because of the mechanics of the injury".

"I am the person that chooses the second option, the possibility for another player to play and to provide the team and be consistent and solid and try to win".

"The reality is that we are not affected".

Andy Carroll was criticised for missing this chance against Bournemouth
Andy Carroll was criticised for missing this chance against Bournemouth

Someone had to deliver for Spurs with Kane not fit to play and it was Alli who produced when his side needed a goal.

Spurs' main man Harry Kane picked up yet another ankle ligament injury - his fourth in four consecutive seasons.

Spurs face huge games against Chelsea on 27 February and Arsenal on 2 March in the Premier League and Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on 5 March.

"Always it's risky to see the stat", he added.

"Always we create in our mind that it's the most important game, that we have ahead", he said. "Of course we are going to see, the time to recover and have the full recovery". We didn't want to risk him against Fulham but he's almost 100 %.

"But I think that's not going to put pressure on us to sign some players. When a team plays to survive it's always unsafe and it's going to be tough".

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