Tottenham Hotspur announced on January 9 that Harry Kane was to undergo surgery on his left hamstring after rupturing his tendon against Southampton.
The England captain played 75 minutes against the Saints before injuring his hamstring will poking an equalising goal home, only to have it ruled out for offside.
The striker hobbled straight down the tunnel and has not been seen since, with an April return to training earmarked by Tottenham in their announcement.
Kane has since tweeted to tell fans that the surgery went well.
Without Kane, Spurs have no real back-up striker, with Lucas Moura filling in against Liverpool at the weekend, while Heung Min Son can also cover there.
Despite the fact that Mourinho does not want to talk about Kane every press conference, one journalist continued to ask about the striker today.
Mourinho reluctantly answered that there is no update and that he doesn’t know whether Kane will return in mid-April, next season, or anything in between.
He said (Football London): “News on Harry we don’t have and if you ask me every time we come here the answer will be the same, we expect him to be out until, I don’t know, mid-April, end of April, May, next season I don’t know. I have no updates to give on Harry.”
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