Mauricio Pochettino has said that Tottenham Hotspur are not going to change their transfer plans even without Harry Kane.
The England striker has been ruled out of action for the next one month with a knee injury.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has made it clear that the club will not make any changes to their transfer plans this January even in the wake of the unavailability of their talismanic striker Harry Kane. The England international has been ruled out of action for the next one month after he picked up a knee injury during Spurs’ last match against Manchester United.
Speaking about the matter, the Argentine gaffer said, “We know what it means to have Harry Kane fit and available to play and help the team to win, but we have a squad.”
Talking about Heung Min Son, who will also be unavailable for selection due to his participation in the Asian Cup with South Korea, Pochettino said, “Son we knew was involved in the Asian Cup for a few weeks. We were always open to improve with Harry in condition or not, but in the same time we know it is going to be tough and difficult to add the player that we want.”
Speaking about the possibility of using the youngsters in matches in the future, the Spurs manager said, “It didn’t change our mind, I think it’s a very good opportunity for players to play more, to step up. I’m sure it’s going to be a good opportunity for young players through the academy to show their quality.”
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