Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane may return to active football in six weeks time after suffering from an hamstring tear injury.
According to 90 Min this development has come after Kane sustained the injury earlier in January.
On his return, manager José Mourinho suggested that Kane’s season was over, but the boss has recently changed his tune and suggested that the striker could be fit enough to feature in Spurs’ last two games of the season.
Reports from The Sun reveal he was spotted walking freely on Wednesday to present Jimmy Greaves’ family with a gift ahead of the 1-0 loss to RB Leipzig, suggesting his rehabilitation is going well. This is obviously a sign that Kane has impressed during recovery.
Considering his role, the talented striker who has been away for a while now has been missed by his team mates and coach Mourinho, could see him return after the international break in March.
On Spurs’next match, they will face Sheffield United on 4 April in Bramall Lane, and it is suggested that Kane could be back in time for that, although Spurs are adamant that they will not rush his return to action.