"We have players that worked together now for much longer; he comes from another league, a completely different system which Monaco played, to us".
Last season's fixture between Spurs and Liverpool at Wembley saw Kane torment Dejan Lovren so badly to the point where the Croatian had to be substituted after just 31 minutes, and while it's hard to see the England captain doing the same to Virgil van Dijk or Joe Gomez, there can be no doubt that if it comes to a single chance, Kane would be the man that Spurs fans would want it to fall to.
Given the manner of the defeat at Wembley last season, Liverpool will be desperate to beat Spurs when they travel to London tomorrow.
Liverpool spent almost £180 million on four players during the summer transfer window, whilst Tottenham failed to sign a single player, and many are tipping Klopp's men to push Manchester City all the way for the Premier League title this term.
"Gary should come over and tell me exactly how that would work".
Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino spoke at a press conference and with Sky Sports specifically about the upcoming matches against Liverpool and the Champions League fixture against Inter. That would be amusing.
"I don't know what he means with that".
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"We are disappointed because we're going to miss him for this game and possibly Inter Milan in the Champions League, but it is not a big issue". The characteristics are ideal to play football.
I think it'll be tough but if they were to go of the Champions League and they had free weeks after Christmas, Saturday-to-Saturday they could be a real threat this season to City.
Liverpool also remain in talks with former Manchester United coach Jack Robinson about becoming an assistant goalkeeping coach at the club, sources have told ESPN FC.
"We will see, I don't know what it means, to focus on one competition, can only be if you're almost out of a competition, late in the season".
"With a star-studded side full of attacking options the Reds are nearly always guaranteed to score and will look to heap more misery on the hosts who were beaten at Watford last time out".
And England worldwide Kane has enjoyed facing Liverpool, having been directly involved in seven goals in seven Premier League appearances against them (five goals, two assists), including four in the last two.
"It's not like I've had six or seven sessions to prepare them".