TOTTENHAM have a number of potential Harry Kane replacements reportedly lined up.
Boss Jose Mourinho is said to have demanded Lyon's Moussa Dembele, but a move for either Krzysztof Piatek or Willian Jose currently appears the most likely option.
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Jose Mourinho's first choice to replace Harry Kane is reportedly Moussa Dembele.
The Lyon striker has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea but the Daily Star report that the Special One asked Daniel Levy to make an enquiry for Dembele immediately after Kane got injured.
However, Spurs were knocked back by the French side, who still insist the forward will be going nowhere until the end of the season.
The article also claims that a move for Krzysztof Piatek is still very much on the cards and that Levy is prepared to wait until deadline day for AC Milan to drop their £30m demands.
Spurs have responded to the 'LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Tinder' trend on social media.
They have Lucas Moura with his kid posing for a Facebook picture, with Dele Alli and Son hugging on Instagram, then Harry Kane sweating it out for Tinder.
Not sure Kane, who is married to childhood sweetheart Kate Goodland, has or ever will be on Tinder though!
Cringe or LOL?
Inter are just smashing it this transfer window.
They have given Napoli permission to talk to winger Matteo Politano, while the club want to bring in Fernando Llorente.
The deal for the former Spurs striker Llorente is understood to be a loan.
It will also see the Serie A title-challengers end their interest in Chelsea's Olivier Giroud.
Reports in Italy have suggested that Christian Eriksen is close to signing for Inter Milan.
SunSport understands this is NOT the case and the two parties are still some way off in their valuations of the player.
Inter director Piero Aurelio revealed four days ago he was “confident” the Serie A club would sign the Danish playmaker.
But Spurs did not appear to be tempted by the Italian side's first offer.
Spurs have tweeted out that three games have been rescheduled for TV coverage.