Tottenham striker Harry Kane has travelled to the Caribbean for warm-weather training in order to speed up the recovery from his hamstring injury, according to reports.
The England captain had an operation last month to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring after injuring himself in the clash against Southampton on New Year’s Day.
The striker posted a video of him continuing his rehabilitation last week as he stepped up his recovery.
The Daily Mail now reports that Kane has moved abroad for the next phase of his rehabilitation.
It is suggested that warm weather training is often used by clubs to help players recover from long-term injuries as the warm weather makes muscles more pliable and also increased vitamin D levels, which can help speed up recovery.
The report suggests that the 26-year-old could be fit enough to start running outdoors from next month and that he will be available for Tottenham’s final few games of the season.
Tottenham sent Kane to North America in January 2019 as part of his warm weather training regime following an ankle ligament injury (Daily Mail).
Spurs Web Opinion
We have to ensure not to repeat the same mistake that we made in the past by rushing him back into the team too quickly. Unfortunately, our failure to sign a striker last month has put us in a situation as we cannot afford to ease Kane back into the side.
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