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19 May 2017, 10:44 | Andy Ferguson
But Pochettino insists Tottenham are not in a position to sell any player who they see as important to the squad.
Prolific striker Harry Kane expressed his determination to seal the Premier League's Golden Boot award after a four-goal rampage during Tottenham's demolition of dethroned champions Leicester.
Inevitably, Europe's top clubs will be considering mega-money bids for Kane in the close season, but Pochettino has no intention of selling his prize asset at any cost.
Tottenham ended their 118-year residence at White Hart Lane on a high on Sunday when they produced a masterful display to beat Manchester United 2-1.
Wes Morgan and Robert Huth - the main centre-back pairing for nearly the entirety of Leicester's Premier League career post-promotion, are both doubts for the game, which could see Craig Shakespeare deploy Christian Fuchs in a central role.
The Hammers set up home at the London Stadium last summer, but they failed to build on last season's seventh-placed finish, winning just seven of their home games.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, meanwhile, who oversaw Tottenham's record away Premier League win, pulled no punches in declaring the esteem in which he holds Kane.
England global Kane, who hopes to add to his tally at relegated Hull on Sunday, said: "I've been thinking a lot about getting on the scoresheet this week".
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A slow start followed by an ankle injury meant Kane started November with just one league goal to his name, while in 2015-16 he did not score in the first six league games.
He has 51 goals in two seasons and that is great numbers.
"Of course I'd been thinking a lot about getting on the scoresheet and it's the first time I've scored four goals [in a game]".
Transfers come at a premium at this stage of the season but you could still argue Sanchez has the most value of the three, in terms of TFF points. 1-6, min. 90+2, Kane.
After their fairytale title last season, this has been a turbulent campaign for Leicester, with poor league form leading to Claudio Ranieri's sacking before a memorable run to the Champions League quarter-finals under Craig Shakespeare.
Asked if Tottenham might have won the league if he had stayed fit, Kane said: "It's hard to say, it's not my place to comment on it".
Alli cost only £5 million (S$9 million) when he was signed from MK Dons, the League One club, two years ago but has since developed into a key figure for both club and country. I tell you always that he's one of the best strikers in the world. Eight minutes later Son struck again, ridiculing Wilfred Ndidi at the edge of the box before sweeping a low shot into the net.
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