Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane is confident about returning from injury for EURO 2020: “We’re talking a few more weeks, and I’ll be playing again. I do not want to make a prediction for which game”.

Kane would be out for few more weeks

Tottenham striker Harry Kane insisted that he would only be out of action for a “few more weeks” and would be fully qualified for the European Championship later this year. Kane has not played for Spurs since, during the New Year’s defeat from Southampton, he fell behind the field with a rudeness injury. The 26-year-old striker forced to undergo surgery on this issue, leading to fears that Kane would miss the rest of the 2019-20 campaign. Still, Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho was able to make a positive update about his recovery last week. The Portuguese tactician said that Kane is undergoing early rehabilitation: former Spurs manager Harry Redknapp reacted to the news, predicting that he could fire the team in the top ten of the Premier League as soon as he returns.

He’ll be ready until Euro 2020

England also sweated for the presence of its captain, but Kane hopes to return to the first team by April at Tottenham and is confident in the readiness for the start of Euro 2020 in June. “I have the Euro in my head,” he told reporters. “If something quite sharp hasn’t happened since then, I will be there. I still haven’t returned to training with the first team, but I work a lot in the gym, I’m getting stronger all the time.” We’ll talk for a few more weeks, and I’ll play again. I don’t want to make a prediction of which game I could return to, but I hope somewhere between the start and the middle of April.”

The Three Lions recognized their fate as the UEFA Nations League at the group stage in Amsterdam on Tuesday and placed in the second group of League A along with Belgium, Denmark, and Iceland. Gareth Southgate was present and took some time to comment on Harry’s progress, praising the striker for following his recovery program to the “absolute letter.” “As for me, he’s on schedule, with all the information that we had, we know that he is progressing well,” said the head coach of England. “He will give himself the best chance of being fit for the next all in the absolute letter. This news does not surprise me, and, of course, it’s nice to hear.”