Last week, Tottenham Hotspur confirmed Harry Kane will not return to action until April after suffering a hamstring injury.
José Mourinho admitted on Monday the England international may not feature again for Spurs this season.
On January 13th, we carried a report from La Repubblica, who explained there could be an ‘exchange of loans’ between Tottenham and Napoli involving Jan Vertonghen and Fernando Llorente.
Earlier today, CalcioNapoli24 dismissed the Naples club’s chances of signing the Belgium international, because of financial demands from him and his agent.
Tottenham allowed Llorente to leave as a free agent after the end of the last season and Napoli acquired his services. However, things haven’t gone well for him and he’s started in only three games this season.
Calciomercato now claims the Spaniard’s isn’t included in Gennaro Gattuso’s plans at Napoli and his adventure with the Serie A side could come to an end.
With Spurs looking for a striker, the possibility of ‘sensational’ return to Tottenham has emerged in the ‘last few hours’.
The website adds AC Milan’s Krzysztof Piątek and Crystal Palace’s Christian Benteke are included in list of targets at Tottenham.
Llorente, however, would be a pretty easy deal.