- Striker could play ‘three, four or five’ Tottenham games
- Manager sees ‘good possibility’ Son will return too
José Mourinho has said Tottenham will not take risks with Harry Kane’s recovery from a hamstring injury, even though the striker is ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation and is expected to play before the end of the season.
Kane has made speedy recoveries from injuries in the past and although the England captain started his on-field rehabilitation this week, Mourinho does not want to rush him back. The Spurs manager, who suggested that Son Heung-min could also ease his team’s crisis in attack by making a swifter return than expected from a fractured arm, said Kane must be realistic after surgery.