Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino will be speaking about Harry Kane’s injury ahead of the Man United clash but it’s not good news.
The Englishman was substituted against Liverpool in their 4-1 thrashing of the Merseysiders which was thought to be cramp.
Reports on Friday suggest that something more sinister is brewing and that it could actually be a hamstring strain.
The Star even ran the news on the back page with the result of scans a huge blow to Tottenham’s Premier League hopes.
That could rule the player out for the crucial clash with Manchester United as well as some other pivotal games.
Tottenham confirmed the news prior to Mauricio Pochettino’s pre-Man United press conference today, which didn’t go down well with Spurs fans.
There is no indication as to how long the player is set to sit on the sidelines but every week without their star player is a bad one.
Kane was voted Premier League player of the month for September and has scored 13 goals in all competitions since the end of August.
He’s also on top of the Premier League scoring charts with nine goals on the board. And Kane is also the leading scorer in this season’s Champions League.
TEAM NEWS: @HKane underwent assessment and investigation earlier this week, which confirmed a minor strain to the left hamstring.
Kane ruled out: “We cannot take a risk for tomorrow, we’ll see after for Wednesday. But tomorrow, it is impossible.” #COYS