Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is set to be out of action until at least April after the club have announced he will need surgery on a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring. Kane endured the injury in last week's defeat to Southampton in the Premier League and Spurs fans instantly feared the worst as he gripped his hamstring in the second half.
The Spurs superstar has once again been vitally important this season for the north London side and will no doubt be heavily missed at this crucial time for Jose Mourinho. The club have stated that the surgery is not set to increase the time Kane is out, with the expectation for him to return being around April.
Spurs are still outside of the top four, as they have been for the entire season thus far. Now, as Mourinho brings them just six points off Chelsea in fourth, the former Manchester United boss loses his star man.