Harry Kane hands Tottenham and England a big boost “because he wants to return in SIX WEEKS” from an injury
Harry Kane hands Tottenham and England a big boost “because he wants to return in SIX WEEKS” of a tear that threatened to end his season
- Harry Kane could get back into action in April with the striker ahead of schedule
- The captain of Spurs and England has not played football since New Year’s Day
- He was operated on a torn hamstring with the fear that he would be absent this season
- His return would be huge for Spurs focusing on a place in the top four
Harry Kane could give his club and country a huge lift with the striker focused on a return to football in six weeks.
There were fears that Captain Tottenham and Three Lions might not play this season after breaking a string in his left hamstring on New Year’s Day.
But the rehabilitation of the attacker is better than expected, according to The sun, which means he could be back in the field in April.
Harry Kane was able to give his club and country a huge lift by taking action again in six weeks
The striker has been put out of play since New Year’s Day after he tore a tendon in his hamstring
Having their leading run scorer for the run-in would be huge for Jose Mourinho.
Spurs hunt for Chelsea who occupy the last place in the Champions League, but they struggle to find the back of the net without their talisman.
Kane’s return to fitness would also be a welcome sight for the English manager Gareth Southgate.
The Three Lions boss had feared that the winner of the World Cup Golden Boot 2018 this summer could not lead his side to the euro.
The winner of the World Cup Golden Boot 2018 scored 12 goals in the Euro 2020 qualifiers
Gareth Southgate had feared that the English captain would not be suitable for the start of the euro
And with Marcus Rashford also possibly a doubt for the tournament, Kane is more important in the team than ever.
The striker had to undergo surgery on his hamstring whereby Spurs resigned himself to him with a long spell on the sidelines.
But if he got fit after the international break at the end of March, the 26-year-old could play in the last seven league games, as well as FA FA or Champions League games.
England started their European championship campaign on June 14 against Croatia in Wembley.
It is understood that Spurs will not rush back to fitness unnecessarily, but Kane thinks they would like to come back as soon as possible.
The striker scored 11 goals in the Premier League this season and 17 in all competitions.
The 26-year-old is eager to return to the field, but Spurs will not rush his return to fitness