Being defeated by Liverpool for admiration, Tottenham also has the prospect of losing main striker Harry Kane in the near future.
Jose Mourinho fears Harry Kane may be sidelined for “several weeks” after the Tottenham captain injured both ankles in the 3-1 Premier League defeat to Liverpool earlier this morning.
The England striker did not return in the second half of the 20th round after being injured and had to seek medical treatment twice in the first 45 minutes.
Kane has had ankle problems in the past and although Mourinho is unsure of how much damage his main striker has suffered, but At least the Portuguese strategist will also have to deal with his absence in the near future.
When asked about Kane’s injury, Mourinho told Match of the Day:
“Both ankles, the first injury was after a clearance bad by Thiago Alcantara. As for the second one, I’m not sure.
But two injuries to both ankles, the second heavier than the first. I don’t know, he might have to sit out for weeks. “
“There are some players who are irreplaceable in your squad. When that happens, I believe we can do nothing but fight that challenge.”
This will be a huge loss for Tottenham, especially with Rooster’s upcoming difficult schedule.
Jose Mourinho’s army will face Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday before taking on Chelsea in the London derby, then face Everton and Manchester City before hosting Wolfsberger in two Europa League matches next month.
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