Tottenham Hotspur have announced that Striker Harry Kane will travel with the team to Madrid for the final of the UEFA Champions League final against Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, the home ground of Atletico Madrid.
Spurs striker Harry Kane picked up an injury in the UEFA Champions League semifinal first leg against Premier League winners Manchester City after the England captain went on a tackle against Fabian Delph, but Spurs man injured himself in the process. He is now on his way to full fitness ahead of the final clash against Liverpool.
Harry Kane has great numbers against Liverpool and can be termed their nemesis as he has played a total of six matches against the Jurgen Klopp’s Red side and he has a hand in six goals, scoring four goals and providing two assists in all.
It was gathered that Kane is scheduled to get onto the trip to Spain with the remainder of the team later this week, a sign that his chances of getting some game time at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on Saturday are improving. Mauricio Pochettino needs to offer his star forward every opportunity to prove his fitness.
The Tottenham manager will not make a final decision on Kane’s inclusion in his matchday plans until later this week. Pochettino said: “Whether to start him is a point we’re thinking about a lot. It is a decision that, one way or the other, will be judged after the game. If we win: a fantastic decision. If we lose: s*** decision and you are going to kill me.”
Kane’s recuperation since grabbing the damage in April has been great. Furthermore, except if he endures a difficulty before the squad, he looks sure to have an influence in Madrid. England manager Gareth Southgate is additionally depending on Kane’s wellness in front of the UEFA Nations League finals and will be in the Spanish money to watch the last, which likewise includes a few a greater amount of his squad.