Former Manchester United and Leeds winger Lee Sharpe has recommended that Harry Kane does not rush back from injury.
Kane suffered a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring during the second half of the 1-0 defeat at Southampton on New Year’s Day.
Spurs confirmed last month that the forward is not expected to return to training until April with Jose Mourinho revealing that he could be available for the final two Premier League matches of the season beginning with the visit of Leicester City on May 9th (Guardian).
Sharpe was one of England’s brightest young talents in the late 80’s only for injuries along with drinking and gambling stop him from reaching his true potential (Guardian).
He has now warned Kane about rushing back from his injury too soon and instead believes that he should resist the urge to try and be fit for the Euro’s and focus on being ready for next season.
Lee Sharpe on Harry Kanes injury
?"Harry Kane is really important to England but he's also very important to Tottenham and for my personal view I'd say forget it just give yourself time to recover" pic.twitter.com/CSwq3E2Hd3
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) February 6, 2020
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