Former striker Tony Cascarino has claimed that he has heard that Harry Kane could be fit for Tottenham Hotspur’s Champions League semi-final second leg against Ajax.
The North London club host the Dutch giants on Tuesday night in the first leg at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium which Kane will miss due to the ankle injury he sustained in the last round against Manchester City and it was feared that he could miss the rest of the season (Independent).
Spurs travel to Amsterdam for the return fixture on Wednesday 8th May with Cascarino telling talkSPORT that the prolific forward will be available to play.
If Kane was fit enough to feature it would represent a huge boost for Mauricio Pochettino’s side who have seriously lacked a lethal side to their attacking options in the final third of recent matches.
Spurs will also have to manage without Heung-min Son for the first leg after the South Korean picked up his third booking of the competition in the away leg of the quarter-final at City.
Speaking on talkSPORT (April 27th, 7.45am), Cascarino said said: “I’m told that Harry will be back for the second leg of the Champions League game, Ajax away.
“I’m told they have a real chance of him making it. They will need Harry against Ajax.”
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