Harry Kane doubtful for Tottenham's trip to Swansea

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Kieran Trippier took the chance to send a message to Burnley boss Sean Dyche

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino reveals that striker Harry Kane is facing a race to be fit for Tuesday's clash with Swansea City after suffering an illness.

Mauricio Pochettino confirmed the news at his press conference: 'He's cold, like me.

Kane will finish 2017 with 56 goals in all competitions after netting another hat-trick against Southampton on Tuesday and will fancy his chances of continuing that fine form against the Premier League's bottom club Swansea. "I don't know if he'll be available or not".

"Maybe he said that because maybe it's possible. So yes, why not?" He's priceless, there is no price. We expect from him in every touch, every action, unbelievable things.

"Yes, that is why I say that what he has achieved is absolutely fantastic", said Wenger, echoing the plaudits that suggest the blossoming of the 24-year-old is a reason for English football to be particularly cheerful going into a World Cup year.

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'He has always been treated as a superstar [within Tottenham].

There have been 20 Golden Boot winners since the Premier League was founded in 1992, with three players sharing the honors in both the 1997-98 and 1998-99 seasons and two in 2010-11.

"For me, there's no doubt about his quality and potential". Because he is a young player, sometimes he needs to breathe, to take some time to perform in the same way.

"From day one, when he started to play here at Tottenham and achieve all he has achieved, not one other young player of his age - not Cristiano Ronaldo, not [Frank] Lampard, not [Wayne] Rooney. massive players, great players - he achieved more than all those big names".

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