For Harry Kane, the season may already be up. At the weekend, Tottenham Hotspur’s striker was injured in the away race against Bournemouth and appears to have suffered damage to the right ankle band. According to the Daily Mirror, the Englishman is out of rotation until at least May, which would even put his World Cup participation at risk.
Kane had to be replaced in the competition duel at Bournemouth as early as the first half of the day, after he collided with goalkeeper Asmir Begovic. Without his attack leader, the Spurs finally triumphed with 1-4 at Dean Court, but the failure of Kane was a big setback on that triumphant victory. Kane is with 24 goals in 29 league performances shared top scorer in the Premier League and was even good for 39 hits in 35 official matches this season.
For the third time in eighteen months, the 24-year-old mid-you have suffered a single injury. At the beginning of the previous season Kane had been offside for seven weeks with an injury and at the end of that football season an ankle injury left him on the side again for three weeks. The Daily Mirror reports that Tottenham Hotspur is feared for a rehabilitation period close to that of his first ankle injury.
Tottenham Hotspur is still playing against Newcastle United, Chelsea, Stoke City, Manchester City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Watford, West Bromwich Albion and Leicester City in the Premier League this season. The team of Mauricio Pochettino is also active in the FA Cup. In that tournament, a quarter finaluel with Swansea City awaits Saturday afternoon. In any case, Kane does not seem to be available to the English federal coach Gareth Southgate for the friendly matches against the Netherlands and Italy at the end of this month.