Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane suffered damaged ankle ligaments in Sunday's win over Bournemouth and will be out until next month.
Harry Kane is expected to return to Tottenham first-team training next month after damaging ankle ligaments.
Tottenham Hotspur expect Harry Kane to be back in training next month and to return to action in about four weeks after a scan revealed the extent of the injury he suffered at Bournemouth on Sunday.
Gareth Southgate has grown accustomed to being without Harry Kane given that the striker has missed eight of his 14 matches in charge. However, in the six matches he has featured, he has plundered seven goals and England look decidedly…
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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane tweets that he will do "everything" that he can to return to action as soon as possible after suffering ankle ligament damage.
Harry Kane has suffered damaged ankle ligaments. (Getty Images)
Harry Kane will miss at least four weeks of action after suffering an ankle ligament injury, Tottenham have confirmed.