Worry not, Tottenham followers, Peter Crouch is able to come out of retirement and clear up the membership’s harm disaster.
The previous Spurs striker made himself accessible to Jose Mourinho following the information that Heung-min Son might miss the remainder of the season with an arm fracture.
Son joins Harry Kane on the sidelines, leaving Mourinho and not using a recognised senior striker for the foreseeable future.
In his press convention on Tuesday, the Tottenham boss was requested about the potential for signing a striker regardless of the switch window being closed – maybe a free agent.
Mourinho chuckled as he advised that Crouch might doubtlessly be the reply to all of his issues.
Following his retirement on the finish of final season, Spurs might technically signal Crouch ought to he resolve to place his boots again on, kind of like Manchester United did with Paul Scholes in 2012.
And it’s no laughing matter for the previous England worldwide, who took to Twitter to insist that he’ll head the decision if needed.
Crouch, 39, responded to a video of Mourinho’s press convention with the easy message: “I’m prepared Jose #thereturn”