Tottenham striker Harry Kane has hinted that he will be ready to face Liverpool in the Champions League final later this month after spending the rest of the season on the bench.
The English striker has been slightly injured this season. His latest one holds him for the rest of the Premier League season.
However, Londoners have received good news before the final in Madrid.
According to the Evening Standard, the striker said he was sure he was well placed to play in the Champions League final. Fans are excited to see him back in the tournament and they have bought their tickets for the Champions League final.
Despite his injuries, the Tottenham star has scored 24 goals this season and will look to complete his name throughout the summer after being selected for the selection of the League of Nations of England.
Kane spoke to the media, quoted in the Evening Standard, after their return to Amsterdam and the English international gave a glimpse of his recovery.
“Rehab is going well. I started straight-line running this week and I have to start training even harder to prove myself to the gaffer.”
Having not thrown the ball for the Spurs for more than two months, the question remains whether Kane will have a huge impact in the match, but it is certainly a boost for his coach Mauricio Pochettino.
South Korea international Heung Min Son is the most realistic option for leading the Tottenham attack if Kane is not available.
The good news is that Kane still has two weeks to prepare for the match, but it seems like everything is going as planned. Ensuring the return of Kane in the final would certainly be a major asset for the Spurs team, which is a victory to be crowned champion of Europe.