Tottenham striker Harry Kane has gone to the Caribbean to step up his recovery from hamstring surgery, according to the Daily Mail.
They report that it is hoped warm weather training will help the process go quicker as Kane looks to make his return to action for Jose Mourinho’s side and get himself fit for Euro 2020.
The report says Kane is expected to start running outdoors next month and is on course to come back for the final weeks of the season as Spurs go in search of a Champions League spot.
Kane’s Spurs team-mate Dele Alli suffered a heavy challenge from Raheem Sterling in Sunday’s 2-0 victory over Manchester City, but is apparently expected to be fit for Tottenham’s next match, against Aston Villa on February 16.
TBR’s View – Sterling’s tackle on Alli could have had more serious consequences
Sterling and Alli are England team-mates with a strong bond – so they looked to have resolved their differences at half time on Sunday.
But that challenge could have seen Alli suffer a real injury blow if his ankle was planted more firmly in the ground.
Tottenham have already been hit hard by that injury to Kane and as lucky as Sterling was to remain on the pitch, Alli was just as fortunate to avoid more serious damage.