Pochettino reveals whether he will stop Kane from playing in the Nations League

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur suffered a massive blow in the midst of their historic Champions League victory on Tuesday night against Manchester City.

In the second half of the quarter final first leg at the new Spurs stadium, Harry Kane sustained yet another ankle ligament injury.

The England captain went in for a challenge against Fabian Delph and trapped his ankle between the Man City man’s boot and the turf, suffering a nasty twist.

Kane immediately hopped down the tunnel for treatment, knowing it was a serious injury, and later left the stadium in a protective boot.

Harry has suffered many of these injuries over the last few years, and they usually keep him out for around a month, with fears his season could now be over.

With his club in a top four fight and a Champions League hunt, as well as his country on the brink of winning silverware in the summer, Kane will be determined to get back fit and ready.

Pochettino has revealed whether he will attempt to stop Kane from competing in the Nations League with England (Football London): “You know me very well after six years working in England that always my will is to help the national team, I am never going to tell a player not to go to the national team. I think the first interest now is to try and provide Harry the best condition and tools to recover as soon as possible and hope he can help us at the end of the season and help England win the title which they are going to fight in the summer.”

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