Tottenham Hotspur received mixed
fortunes on Thursday with centre-half Younes Kaboul having a
knee operation that will sideline him for four months while
striker Jermain Defoe signed a new three-year contract.
"Younes Kaboul has undergone knee surgery in France today.
The France defender is expected to be sidelined for four
months," the Premier League club said on their website
The 26-year-old was forced out of the European Championship
in June because of a serious knee complaint.
Spurs also said on their website that Defoe, who is 10th in
the club's all-time scoring charts with 119 goals, had signed
his new deal.
The 29-year-old former West Ham United and Portsmouth
striker has 16 goals in 49 international appearances for
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