Tottenham Hotspur have been without their star striker, Harry Kane, for almost two months now and they are beginning to feel the effects of such a blow.
Kane has been the club’s top scorer season after season since breaking into the starting XI, while also being Tottenham’s only senior natural striker at this moment in time.
After Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente both left the club in the summer, 18-year-old Troy Parrott represents the next best thing to a Kane back-up.
Harry picked up a ruptured tendon against Southampton on January 1, requiring surgery on the injury, and has not been seen since.
It claims that Kane could be back and playing within just six weeks, something that would be a huge boost to Spurs with the recent injury to Heung-min Son.
Some Spurs fans took to Twitter to react:
scientist need to test this guy
— Odyssey (@ChampagneLane_) February 26, 2020
Forget England. He should be focussing on being the best shape possible for Spurs at the start of 2020/21.
— N S (@APathNotTaken) February 27, 2020
I’d rather let him get fully fit than rush him for him to get injured longer again
— Alfie (@AlfieButler20) February 27, 2020
Rush him back in peril but greatly missed i agree Norman .
— Tony Corbey (@TonyCorbey) February 26, 2020
Do NOT do it Harry 3 straight years now with a bad knock take the time to come back strong for our club next season PLEASE?♂️?
— FootyFan (@spursFCfooty) February 27, 2020
Just let him rest. Wish he wouldn’t play Euros either
— Brick Top (@Eradicator_NYC) February 27, 2020
does it again….machine K-1000
— StevieWonderSZN (@JimClar85258964) February 27, 2020
Great news !
— French Tottenham Fan ?? (@SpursForever54) February 26, 2020
Of course he is! Never rests properly and get a serious I just following season
— Shane Essam (@EssamShane) February 27, 2020
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