Harry Kane Returns To Tottenham Training, After Being Out Of The Squad For 3 Months With an Hamstring Injury.

Tottenham Hotspur striker and captain, Harry Kane returns to training today after being out of the squad for 3 months due to a hamstring injury.

The England forward suffered an injury in Tottenhams Premier League visit to the St
Mary's staduim on New year's day, in which they lost the match 1-0 to Southampton.

He has undergone several surgeries to treat the injury, as he continues his rehabilitation outside at Hotspur Way this morning amids talks that he may miss the European Championship with England when it begins in June.

He would be hoping to make a return to the team before the end of the season, as he post a video of himself training via his Twitter handing saying;
"I love being back on the grass with a ball on my feet".

The 26-year-old has scored 11 goals in his 20 appearances for Tottenham this season in the premier league, and 6 goals in the Champions league.

Jose Mourinho Spurs team who are currently looking forward to qualify for an European spot next season, would be glad to have their skipper back as soon as possible to strengthen the squad, with reports coming in today that Steven Bergwijn who was bought in January to replace the injured Harry Kane, have suffered a significant sprain to his left ankle in the match against Burnley last weekend.

According to the clubs medical staff,  the Netherlands international will now undergo an extended period of rehabilitation where his progress will continue to be assessed.

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