Tottenham Hotspur has breathed a sigh of relief after it was confirmed that striker Harry Kane won't be out for a longer period.
The England captain only managed the first half in their midweek loss to Liverpool and there had been fears that the player might be out for a longer period.
The Telegraph however reports that Kane could return to action earlier than initially feared after picking up injuries to both his ankles. According to the reports, the worst, Kane could be sidelined for as long as two weeks only as he is not experiencing as much pain as he previously did during the past cases of his ankle injuries
The fears had originated from Kane’s past experiences where at one point he was out of action for six weeks on one occasion with a clear picture of his latest setback set to be revealed after more scans.
The setback means that the player will miss his club’s games against Brighton, Chelsea, and West Bromwich Albion, along with the FA Cup tie against Everton. He however could be back in contention for the Premier League clash against Manchester City on February 13.