Tottenham star Harry Kane ‘unwell’ ahead of Norwich as food poisoning rumours rejected
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A food poisoning outbreak hasn’t struck at Tottenham Hotspur, despite rumours that have surfaced on social media, Express Sport understands. However, other reports claim Harry Kane is ‘unwell’ just two days before Tottenham’s top-four decider at Norwich City.
Express Sport understands suggestions that Tottenham have been hit with widespread cases of food poisoning are completely untrue. However, The Athletic report that Kane has been taken ill, raising doubt about his potential availability for Sunday’s trip to Carrow Road.
The 28-year-old was scheduled to visit the Museum of London on Friday to open an exhibition about his career. However, he has pulled out of the appearance because he was ‘feeling unwell’ and could be considered a doubt for the final day of the season.
Ahead of Tottenham’s 1-0 win against Burnley last time out, Antonio Conte revealed four players, including Dejan Kulusevski, had been affected by a stomach bug in the build-up. But the rumours circulating online ahead of Sunday’s match are unrelated and incorrect.
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