Tottenham Aim To Be "Intelligent" In Transfer Window Under Jose Mourinho

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"If you ask me just my feeling - good or bad news - I am more on bad news than good news, that's my feeling", the Portuguese said.

Tottenham confirmed Friday that striker Harry Kane tore his left hamstring in Wednesday's loss to Southampton.

Jose Mourinho won five of his first seven Premier League matches in charge of Tottenham, but there are now doubts to quell going into this FA Cup third-round tie at much improved Middlesbrough.

"I think we're going to lose him for some period..."

"I'm not great on grades [of hamstring tears]. We are full of hopes", the Tottenham boss said.

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"Of course, everybody knows the importance of Harry in the squad".

"I think it's too soon", said Mourinho, who is aware that Parrott has been linked with a number of Bundelsliga clubs.

"It was disappointing for him to sign for Tottenham and then have the injury so he missed a lot of the start of the season but I think he's one for the future". In this club we care about our players.

Jonathan Woodgate's Middlesbrough looked nailed on relegation candidates in the season's early weeks but have turned things around over the festive period with four straight wins in the Championship. I watched Liverpool last night and Jürgen [Klopp] arrived in October 2015 - eight transfer windows, lots of players leaving, lots of players coming and even more important than that, time for him to put his philosophy, his training methods, his fingerprint.

It will be interesting to see if he can convince the 70-cap Brazilian global to join him at Spurs now.