Tottenham will be without Harry Kane and Moussa Sissoko against Liverpool.
Tottenham forward Harry Kane is set for surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring, with the England captain expected to return to training in April.
Tottenham have announced striker Harry Kane is set for surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring, with the England captain expected to return to training in April.
Tottenham have been handed another injury blow following the news that midfielder Moussa Sissoko is set to be sidelined until April after undergoing knee surgery.
Tottenham have allowed young forward Jack Roles to stay on loan at Cambridge for the rest of the campaign.
Jose Mourinho says Tottenham will be “intelligent” in the January transfer window and there will be no quick fixes.
Jose Mourinho remembers watching one of Tottenham’s most famous FA Cup memories on television and will do everything he can to deliver some of his own.
Harry Kane has suffered a tear in his left hamstring, but Tottenham have given no indication how long the striker will be out for.
Beleaguered Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has the sympathy of some of his Premier League counterparts after hitting out at a “ridiculous” festive fixture schedule.
Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho is fearing the worst over Harry Kane’s hamstring injury, revealing he is expecting “bad news”.
Jan Vertonghen says Tottenham have the players to cope without Harry Kane as they prepare for several weeks without their star striker.
Tottenham are set to investigate the severity of Harry Kane’s hamstring injury picked up in New Year’s Day’s 1-0 defeat to Southampton amid fears he could be set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Jose Mourinho says Tottenham’s defensive calamities have left him feeling sorry for his attacking players.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has called on his defence to firm up so Southampton do not become over-reliant on star striker Danny Ings.
Leicester signalled the end of Manuel Pellegrini’s West Ham reign in cutting the gap on Premier League leaders Liverpool to 10 points.
Leicester returned to winning ways to cut the gap on Premier League leaders Liverpool to 10 points and pile the pressure on West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Tottenham needed a late penalty from Harry Kane to salvage a 2-2 draw at Norwich, who were the latest team to suffer from VAR’s interpretation of the offside law.
Norwich boss Daniel Farke insists they would be stupid to cash in on Max Aarons next month despite their fading survival hopes.
Tottenham are to recall United States defender Cameron Carter-Vickers from his loan spell at Stoke next week.
Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho hopes midfielder Tanguy Ndombele will declare himself fit to play at Norwich on Saturday.