England captain, Harry Kane is on quarantine following a trip to the Bahamas. However, he is expected to be available for the Nations League games next month.

Tottenham’s striker, Kane was on holiday in the Caribbean when the island was added to UK’s quarantine list on 7th August.

After returning home, he is in quarantine for 14 days and will miss out on Mourinho’s side prepare for the 2020/21 season. However, Kane is expected to be back in Spurs training next week before the Premier League opener against Everton on 12th September.

The 27-year-old should have no problems with being ready for the club’s Premier League opener or England’s Nations League games against Iceland and Denmark the previous week.

Recently, Kane had spent the best part of the four months on an individual training plan as part of his rehabilitation from a hamstring injury he had suffered in January.

He is therefore expected to be fit in the time of return.

Other Spurs players are subsequently reporting back to training on a staggered basis after a quick turnaround from the end of the delayed 2019/20 season.

The new signings, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Joe Hart were among the first to report while Lucas Moura, Son Heung-min, Harry Winks, and Ben Davies also back.