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Harry Kane will miss Tottenham's Premier League match against Manchester United on Saturday because of a hamstring strain, manager Mauricio Pochettino has said.
The in-form 24-year-old left the field at Wembley holding his upper leg in the 87th minute after scoring twice in last Sunday's 4-1 win over Liverpool.
Spurs confirmed on Twitter that the England frontman has been diagnosed with a "minor strain to the left hamstring", and Pochettino said at his pre-match press conference that Kane will not be involved at Old Trafford.
"We can't take the risk," the Argentinian said.
"The doctor and medical staff made the decision to not take the risk. There is no sense in taking that risk and making the problem bigger."
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent claims the veteran striker could play on for another five or six years.
The 36-year-old scored 28 goals for Manchester United last season but is currently recovering from a serious knee ligament injury.
United boss Jose Mourinho opted to re-sign the Swedish forward despite his injury, a decision which looks like paying off for agent Mino Raiola. Raiola told Expressen: "I think God sent Zlatan to me.
"He has so much in him. I think (he will play on for a) minimum (of) another five or six years. I won't let him stop. He has to work for me now.
"I have been working for him for several years. Now it's my turn. My children are grown up and I need money.
"We have agreed that he is only working for me for five years now. So we're flipping it now. The salary comes to me and he gets the commission."
Ibrahimovic signed a new one-year deal with United over the summer and could be available around Christmas.
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