Harry Kane has recovered from a virus and travelled to Belgrade with the rest of the Tottenham squad for their Champions League tie against Red Star at the Rajko Mitic Stadium tomorrow, according to the Evening Standard.
The 26-year-old missed the 1-1 draw with Everton on Sunday through illness, but is fit and available to return for the trip to the Serbian capital and is expected to captain the side in the absence of Hugo Lloris, who remains out with a shoulder problem.
Kane scored twice in the corresponding fixture at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium two weeks ago and has already notched 16 goals in 17 games for club and country this term.
The Standard are also reporting that Tottenham haven’t yet decided whether Heung Min Son will travel to Belgrade after the stress he suffered during the horrendous incident which left Everton midfielder Andre Gomes with a season-ending injury at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Spurs will train in Serbia tonight before Mauricio Pochettino will speak to the press and confirm his travelling party for Wednesday’s must-not-lose game against Red Star.