Tottenham Hotspur fans have not seen Harry Kane since New Years Day, when the striker went down after rupturing the tendon in his left hamstring.
It was announced that Kane would need surgery on the injury and that he would likely return to training in early April.
However, in a new update today, it was revealed that Kane has already moved from indoor gym work to outside on-field rehabilitation.
Jose Mourinho even claimed that, rather than returning for one or two games, Kane could now be back in time to play three, four, or five before the end of the season.
So, who exactly could the England captain feature against?
Tottenham’s fifth-from-last fixture of the season comes away to Bournemouth on the 18th of April. Most notably, the next game is then at home to Arsenal in the North London Derby, followed by matches against Newcastle, Leicester, and Crystal Palace.
Bournemouth away – April 18
Arsenal home – April 26
Newcastle away – May 5
Leicester home – May 9
Crystal Palace away – May 17
However, this does not take into account the latter stages of the FA Cup and Champions League, if Spurs were to progress in those competitions.
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