Ignore the headline, Harry Kane is irreplaceable, end of article.
OK, time to be a grown-up and not a parody of a Tottenham fan, I will leave that to the jokers on Youtube.
So, who is out there that Tottenham could possibly get that could replace Harry Kane?
Well, other than a Robert Lewandowski or a “superstar” calibre type of player, the field is limited.
The field is even more restricted by the fact that top players want Champions League football.
But the thing is this, Kane is not totally unique, there are other strikers that have consistently been knocking the goals in, so it is possible for Spurs to land another prolific goalscorer.
There is every possibility that there is a player out there that most of us think is not up to standard but who could actually replace the England captain.
Mo Salah failed at Chelsea and Inter’s Romelu Lukaku could not do it at Man Utd either. There is quite a long list of players that have not shown their real worth until they move to a club that is more suitable.
Take Danny Ings, he could not convince Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool but does it for Southampton, so the consensus is he can only do it at a certain level, a bit like Lukaku and Salah really at United and Chelsea.
There are strikers out there that under the right circumstances can get the goals that Spurs need.
Losing Kane is huge, make no mistake about that but the idea that he is irreplaceable is simply wrong, he is not.
But whether Tottenham have the nous to find the right replacement is a whole different debate and not one that my fragile head can handle today.