Jackett keen on Kane return

Kenny Jackett has admitted he would welcome the chance to bring Spurs striker Harry Kane back to Millwall.

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Harry Kane: Enjoyed loan spell at Millwa

Harry Kane: Enjoyed loan spell at Millwa

Kenny Jackett has admitted he would welcome the chance to bring Tottenham striker Harry Kane back to Millwall on loan.

Kane scored nine goals in 27 appearances for Millwall in the second half of last season and had spent the first half of this campaign on loan at Norwich.

A metatarsal injury prevented Kane from making an impact at Carrow Road and he was recalled by Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas last week.

Millwall have been linked with another loan move for Kane and Jackett would be happy to have the 19-year-old back in his squad.

"He was such a success here we would welcome him back any time," said Jackett in The Sun.


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