Tottenham’s Harry Kane Wednesday injury update: Six weeks out

Tottenham’s Harry Kane Wednesday injury update: Six weeks out

Tottenham & Harry Kane’s injury

Wednesday is sure to be another day in which Tottenham fans trawl around looking for Harry Kane updates.

Kane was subbed out of last weekend’s match at Bournemouth after a collision with Asmir Begovic.

The Spurs star had his right foot trapped under Begovic in the clash, and it was immediately obvious that Kane had damaged his ankle.

Tottenham have had to be patient since Sunday to determine the extent of the injury. A scan was delayed due to swelling.

Kane: Six weeks out

But according to the Times on Wednesday morning, the framework around Kane’s injury is now known.

While some initially feared that the Tottenham striker could miss the World Cup, it’s now possible Kane returns before the end of the season. Readers are told:

Tottenham Hotspur fear that Harry Kane will be out for up to six weeks after damaging ankle ligaments during Sunday’s 4-1 win away to Bournemouth.

The England striker is due to receive results of a scan today, but initial assessments indicate that the damage is similar to the injury that caused him to miss ten matches in seven weeks last season.

So when could Kane come back on the pitch?

Tottenham have earmarked April 21st as the weekend to circle. That date could see Spurs compete in an FA Cup semifinal if they can progress past Swansea this weekend.

Moreover, Kane should return to action for the final couple of weeks of the season. Tottenham wrap up the 2017-18 campaign with games against West Brom and Leicester.

Also see: Good for Chelsea: Tottenham to sell Fernando Llorente.

Harry Kane vs Asmir Begovic: Bournemouth keeper benched Spurs star in FPL.

Soccer News

via 101 Great Goals

March 13, 2018 at 11:34PM


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