Tottenham manager, Jose Mourinho has it clear that his striker Harry Kane has recovered from a hamstring injury but may not be fit for the match.
Jose Mourinho offered positive news on Kane who has been out since New Year’s Day alongside Steven Bergwijn and Moussa Sissoko.
“They are recovered from their injuries.” Said Mourinho.
“So Harry Kane is not injured, Moussa Sissoko is not injured, Steven Bergwijn is not injured. But it is one thing not to be injured and another thing to be ready to play football.”
“For them, it is many, many, many weeks of the injury and when the injuries were almost to an end, we stopped training because of coronavirus.”
‘I don’t know, they don’t know. We have to wait for the official and right permission for the players to train again in a group to see if they can come back to normal competition level.”
“So, if we play this season, the remaining nine matches, it would be good for every one of us. It would be good for football, and the Premier League.”
On Wednesday, Mourinho spent time delivering fresh produce from Tottenham’s training ground kitchen garden to the food distribution hub at the stadium.
The Portuguese admitted earlier this month that he has acted outside of Government protocol during the lockdown period.
The Coach currently lives with members of his coaching staff and admits his culinary skills do not extend much beyond frying an egg.
“We try our best, we don’t have our families with us but we are big friends and friends are family.”
“We work a lot and time flies. And when it comes to cooking, we try to make it as simple as possible. I am the fried egg specialist and the other guys they are a bit better than I am.”