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A treble against Southampton on Boxing Day meant Kane has hit 39 Premier League goals in 2017, beating Alan Shearer's 22-year record for goals in a calendar year. "He's at home, the doctor was at his house".

"I feel the plan is to win when we move to the new stadium - and now it is not an excuse to try and compete".

"Not only has he beaten my calendar-year record in the Premier League", Shearer wrote in The Sun.

Wayne Rooney has been in a similar position over the past few weeks and has missed Everton's last two games through illness.

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Andy Murray continues comeback, defeated in Abu Dhabi exhibition
But he arrived in the city Thursday, set to practice with some of the players in the event. 'I'm happy to play against him again . The great man has not played competitive tennis for half a season, so Murray will not be hitting the panic button yet.

Real Madrid are facing a prospective headache as they weigh into beefing up their squad with Chelsea forward Eden Hazard and Tottenham Hostpurs in-form striker Harry Kane. Join the Newcastle Toons team!

He is arguably the most expensive defender in the world, so as you can imagine even Tottenham themselves wouldn't fancy their chances of signing him. Slightly older than the Frenchman at 26, he is similar to Varane, although he lacks slightly in physicality.

Dortmund are currently in a slump in the Bundesliga, so if London happened to come calling, Bartra would likely be happy to test himself in another top European league.

In his 135 appearances he has an astonishing 96 goals, breaking down to 0.71 goals per match. "I've played with a lot of top strikers and probably he is the best I've played with".

The sales of Kyle Walker and Kevin Wimmer to Manchester City and Stoke City respectively helped the club to balance the books, with Spurs' spending left in the shade by City and Manchester United in particular.


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