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With the exception of assists, it has to be a concern for Tottenham Hotspur management that Roberto Soldado's statistics are in the ballpark of Harry Kane.
Despite playing 18 more Premier League games this season, Soldado has only scored two more goals than Kane.
The problem with Soldado is he has no burst of pace, turned into a volume shooter, passes when he should shoot and lacks the toughness to succeed in the Premier League.
He is a great player, but does not fit in the Premier League, as was the case with former Don Balon Spanish Player of the Year Borja Valero. He flopped at West Bromwich Albion, rebuilt his career in Spain at Villarreal and is now one of the best passers in Serie A with Fiorentina.
But would Spurs be replacing Soldado with a can't-miss prospect in Kane?
Kane is rough around the edges when it comes to finishing and he needs to be more assertive. That said, at 20 years of age, he has a higher upside than the 28-year-old Soldado.
Spurs should consider giving Kane a fair chance next season if his safety net in Tim Sherwood is removed.
Statistics via WhoScored.com