Harry Kane has flown to the Caribbean to continue his rehabilitation after his hamstring injury, per The Daily Mail.
The England captain sustained his injury against Southampton on New Year’s Day and has been absent ever since.
He underwent surgery in January to try to correct the issue and he has now jetted off to take his recovery to the next step.
The Daily Mail claims that Kane has been given a special programme by Spurs medics, including warm-weather training, and that he is likely to begin running outdoors in March.
To that end, he is set to return for the final weeks of the season in what will be a major boost to Jose Mourinho’s Spurs team, while he will also be fit for England’s Euro 2020 campaign.
Having Kane back could be the difference between a top-four finish and settling for the Europa League.
Spurs are currently fifth in the Premier League, four points behind Chelsea, but there are 13 games to be played.
They are currently operating without an out-and-out striker but having Kane return for the last few games could be exactly the kind of boost that Spurs need.
Indeed, sources communicated to Football FanCast at the time of Kane’s injury that there were fears he could miss the entirety of the season.
This, then, is huge news for Mourinho and for the forward’s team-mates.