Harry Kane has flown to Caribbean to step up his recovery from hamstring surgery last month as the Tottenham striker aims to be fit before the end of the season and then the European Championships this summer, according to the Evening Standard.
The 26-year-old hasn’t played for Spurs since tearing his hamstring at Southampton on New Year’s Day and club initially announced that Kane wouldn’t return to training in April.
However, weeks later, a leading surgeon suggested that the striker could be ruled out for the rest of the season and then possibly miss EURO 2020.
But since then, Kane, who has a history of returning from injuries ahead of schedule, posted a video of himself working at Hotspur Way – and the report from the Standard says that the England captain has been given a specifically designed programme to follow, and is hopeful of returning to outdoor running next month.
The Daily Mail are also suggesting that if Kane’s programme goes to plan, he could even feature for Spurs before the end of the campaign, in what would be a major boost for Jose Mourinho’s men, who’re still fighting on three fronts this season.
Working hard. Making progress. pic.twitter.com/2ZXnPgPFAG
— Harry Kane (@HKane) January 30, 2020