Tottenham have suffered a major blow after the club confirmed that Harry Kane has been ruled out for three months with a hamstring injury.

The 26-year-old suffered the injury in the Premier League defeat at Southampton on New Year’s Day and will undergo surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring.

Kane is expected to return to training in April and will miss at least 14 games in total, including the crucial trip to Chelsea, both legs of Spurs’ Champions League last 16 tie against Red Bull Leipzig, but could be back in time for the first ever North London derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 25 April.

It’s the third time in the space of 12 months that Kane is set for a long spell on the sidelines after injuring his ankle against Manchester United last January, which forced him to miss six weeks of action before suffering the same problem against Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals before eventually returning to face Liverpool in the final just less than two months later.



  1. All very well blaming Levy, and he most certainly must carry some of the blame, but also bad management as much by Pocc and JM for not giving Parrott some game time.You will soon know by playing him if he has the potential to succeed with us; if you are good enough you are old Enough for crying out loud.


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