Spurs star Kane 'good and ready' for Liverpool clash

Spurs star Kane 'good and ready' for Liverpool clash

Fernando Llorente is to announce he is quitting Tottenham after the Champions League final, Football Insider can reveal.

"I think teams can go one or two ways if they have that disappointment".

However, former Tottenham midfielder Hoddle believes Spurs should avoid rushing Kane back into the starting line up due to the intensity and pace of the final against Liverpool FC.

"Of course, after the final we are going to have time to talk". We used it as motivation in pre-season - more so to get all the fitness in our legs, so we were ready and determined to get off to a good start in the season.

"Since I've been with them, I've been full training, doing everything". After my last injury, I came back and played six or seven games on the spin.

Liverpool have beaten Bayern Munich and Barcelona to reach the final, while Spurs beat Manchester City and Ajax to get there, so these two teams deserve their place on the biggest stage of them all. When you look at the injuries, a lot of them have been contact, tackles.

"We will wait and see how he is progressing in his problem", the Argentine tactician noted, even as he was quick to speak about his own future at the north London outfit.

"I don't care which important is in front of us".

The fact that Spurs are playing a Premier League team that they know well was also brought up.

But at the club's media day ahead of the final against Liverpool in Madrid, Pochettino appeared to suggest Kane was ready to return. "We can make history, we can provide our fans and our people the best happiness in football that you can provide and I think today to talk about individual things would be embarrassing and a shame".

Liverpool beat Tottenham in both their Premier League games this season, most recently at Anfield in March, but Robertson does not think those results will have much of a bearing on the outcome at the Wanda Metropolitano.

"I still can not tell you if he'll be fit 100 percent".

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