According to Paul Robinson, who says the Tottenham striker can’t be required to play three games seven days, Jose Mourinho needs to manage Harry Kane ‘s come back to the pitch carefully.
Since sustaining a hamstring injury during a 1-0 misfortune at St Mary’s on January 1 Kane hasn’t featured for Spurs.
The 26-year-old had to experience medical procedure on the issue and watched from the sidelines as Tottenham embarked on a miserable run of shape before the season’s coronavirus-implemented break.
Mourinho’s men have failed to win any of their final six games, leaving both the Champions League and the FA Cup along the way, however, they despite everything have an external chance to complete in the top four of the Premier League as the campaign resumes.
While in quarantine, Kane has profited by the extra recuperation time and is currently back in training with the remainder of his team-mates before an immense gathering with Manchester United on June 19.
Robinson, be that as it may, has warned Mourinho against surging back into the overlap a valued asset, with a clogged installation list liable to increase the danger of injury.
The ex-Spurs goalkeeper said to Sky Sports: “If Harry Kane can play a few games seven days on the off chance that he can play an hour and a half on a Saturday and, at that point wait again for another hour and a half on the next Saturday. It’ll be all about how Jose (Mourinho) handles the situation because you can’t expect a player who after that period of time has been out to have the option to return and play three games seven days with all the demands that Premier League puts on you.”
Tottenham is in the top-flight standings in eighth place, seven focuses behind Chelsea in the final Champions League spot race. Before going to a London derby on June 23 against West Ham, if the team made sure about all three focuses against United, Mourinho could see his side make up substantial ground on their rivals.