Tottenham’s Manager, Pochettino, Believes Kane Won’t Miss Arsenal Clash

The English Premier League won’t be playing again until the next two weeks, but there’s some concern looming Tottenham Hotspur’s fans regarding the fitness condition of their star striker, Harry Kane.

However, those concern has been calmed down by the club’s manager, Mauricio Pochettino, who ensured that the attacker will be available after international break as Spurs are set for a derby tie against Arsenal.

Concern over Kane’s condition started when the striker pulled out of England’s national team setup due to a knock he picked up during his club’s latest league match against Crystal Palace.

Knowing that the 24-year-old recently missed out on his team’s league defeat against Manchester United, Tottenham’s supporters certainly concern that similar situation can happen at Emirates Stadium on November 18.

Nevertheless, Pochettino simply reassured everyone on his latest statement saying that there’s nothing to worry about his star striker, notably about the England international’s availability for that upcoming derby.

Knowing the strong rivalry between both teams, even the neutral certainly hoping that both sides can play their best players so they will be able to put out their best on the pitch.

Kane himself has shown his strong impact for Tottenham in recent years, especially in big games where his presence alone can help his teammates play better up front.