The striker was given the all clear to stop wearing the boot and is growing increasingly confident of making it for England’s UEFA Nations League exploits in June
Harry Kane could reportedly recover from his ankle injury in time to make the Champions League final.
The Tottenham striker is out of his protective boot and has been given the green light to accelerate his rehabilitation from his ankle injury.
According to the Mail, Kane was told he could remove the boot and his ankle has responded well to walking without the protective aid.
Work is now underway at Spurs’ Enfield HQ to strengthen his left ankle in the hope he can be fit to make the Champions League final after Tottenham stunned Ajax to set up a meeting with Liverpool in Madrid.
Spurs replicated the Reds’ Champions League miracle against Barcelona as Lucas Moura’s dramatic second-half hat-trick set up a stunning 3-2 win over the Dutch giants.
Kane was seen running onto the pitch at full-time to celebrate with his team-mates.
Speaking on the pitch in Amsterdam after the match, Kane said he ‘hopes’ to be fit for the final and that his rehabilitation is ‘so far, so good’.
Earlier this season, Kane recovered ahead of schedule to an injury on the same ankle and the Three Lions skipper is said to be increasingly confident he will recover in time for the end of the season.
Kane injured his ankle in the first leg of Tottenham’s Champions League tie against Man City on April 9.