Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is targeting a return to action in six weeks which would represent a significant boost to the Champions League finalists.
The Sun report that the striker’s recovery from injury is progressing better than anticipated and could be back on the field in early April.
Kane suffered a hamstring tear during the 1-0 defeat to Southampton at St Mary’s in the Premier League on New Year’s Day with the club confirming that he was required to undergo surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring (Spurs official).
The club had expected that the 26-year-old would return to training in April while Spurs head coach Jose Mourinho recently admitted that he does not expect Kane to return to his side before the North London outfit face Leicester at home on the weekend of 9-10 May (Guardian).
The Sun claim that sources close to the forward claim that he is eager to return while the club are treating it with caution.
Kane’s return could also put him in the picture to lead England at Euro 2020.
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