Spurs’ Champions League dream may hinge on Kane call, admits Pochettino

By | 25th May 2019

• Manager says decision on striker’s role in Madrid will be critical
• Sánchez, Winks and Vertonghen should also be fit to play

Mauricio Pochettino says Harry Kane is on course to be fit for Saturday’s Champions League final against Liverpool and the Tottenham manager suggested he would live or die by the decision to use him as a starter or substitute.

Pochettino, who also reported that Dávinson Sánchez, Harry Winks and Jan Vertonghen ought to be available after injury, was keen to discuss how each member of his 25-man squad was equally important. But Kane’s readiness to take on Liverpool in the wake of the ankle ligament damage he suffered in the first leg of the quarter-final against Manchester City on 9 April has become an unavoidable talking point.

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This post written by David Hytner originally appeared on Football | The Guardian. Read the full post here.

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