Harry Kane could return to first team action on one of two dates, depending on who you choose to believe.

The Daily Mail suggests Kane will be fit to play against Arsenal on April 30th, while The Mirror claims the striker could return two weeks earlier than that, on April 15th, when Tottenham face Bournemouth.

If the latter is correct, that means Kane could play in Spurs’ FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on April 22nd.

According to the Mail, Kane is set to beginning running in training again by the end of this week. Perhaps surprisingly, I’m not a medical expert, so who knows if that means he will be kicking a ball any time soon?

It’s all merely speculation at this stage, but having Kane back for a the majority of the run-in can only be a good thing for Tottenham’s hopes of a top four finish and a major trophy.




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