Tottenham recall striker Harry Kane from Norwich
Season-long loan at Carrow Road ended early
Friday 01 February 2013
Tottenham have recalled striker Harry Kane from his season-long loan at Norwich.
Kane moved to Carrow Road in August but made only two appearances before breaking a metatarsal bone in the Capital One Cup tie against Doncaster.
The 19-year-old underwent his rehabilitation at Tottenham but returned to action for Norwich on December 29.
However, with Spurs having been unable to add to their attacking options during the January transfer window, they have opted to recall Kane four months early.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton told a press conference: "Spurs have recalled Harry Kane from his loan with us.
"He was unlucky with the injury. We would have liked to keep him, but wish him well."
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