Tuesday is set to be another day for Tottenham fans to constantly hit refresh on their computers.
Kane was forced out of Sunday’s Premier League match at Bournemouth in the first half with a nasty looking ankle injury.
While Kane clearly wanted to continue playing, after talking to the medics he left the match.
Kane was later spotted leaving the Vitality Stadium on crutches and with his foot in a protective boot.
Fans are now worried about Kane’s availability in the final weeks of the season. Moreover, will he be fit for England at the 2018 World Cup?
There were no updates on Kane’s injury on Monday.
That’s because the striker was unable to go for a scan due to swelling on his ankle.
However, according to the Times on Tuesday morning, fears that Kane may be a long-term injury absentee seem to be on the back-burner:
Harry Kane has had a scan on his ankle delayed until tomorrow to allow the swelling to go down amid fears that the Tottenham Hotspur forward could be out for several weeks.
The striker looks certain not to be included in England’s squad named on Thursday for the friendlies against Holland and Italy this month.
The timetable of “several weeks” is a lot more encouraging than fearing Kane could be out for several months.
Obviously, Spurs will have to wait for the result of Kane’s tests to accurately determine how long he’ll be out for.