Tottenham have confirmed that Striker Harry Kane will be out of action until April due to an injury problem, MySportDab reports.
This means Coach Jose Mourinho will be without his important Striker as Spurs chase for a top four spot.
Kane has impressed for Tottenham this season, scoring 17goals in all competitions so far
And he injury now leaves Mourinho with some decision to make either to sign a new striker in the January transfer window or just cope without Kane.
The only other players Tottenham have to play as their main Striker are few with Lucas Moura and Heung-min Son the only ones available.
In a statement made public, Tottenham confirmed the extent of Kane’s injury.
The statement read: “Following assessments by our medical staff over the week, we can fully confirm that Harry Kane will surely undergo surgery to repair the ruptured tendon in his left hamstring.
“The striker suffered the injury in our Premier League fixture Vs Southampton last week and medical experts have advised surgery after further tests of the injury.
“The undergo surgery is not expected to impact the timeframe that the England captain will be unavailable for, but the expectation is that he will return to training in April.”
Tottenham play next against Premier League leaders Liverpool on Saturday in a mighty Clash (5.30pm).