- Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League final is expected to see Harry Kane return to action after declaring himself fit
- The Tottenham star has been sidelines since suffering an ankle injury during a 1-0 win over Manchester City in April
- Harry Kane remains Spurs top-scorer this season with 24 goals
Harry Kane says he is ready to return to action in the Champions League final against Liverpool on June 1.
According to UK Sun report, the Three Lions captain, who has been missing from Spurs team has been sidelined with an ankle injury since a 1-0 win over Man City last April.
However, Tottenham's record goalscorer has declared he's good to go against Liverpool in Madrid.
"I could play if the Champions League final was today,” the 25-year-old was quoted as saying.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino also hinted Kane could likely play a role in the final showdown at the club's media day.
"Harry Kane in the last week, Friday and Saturday, started to be involved in the group.
"It's a very positive situation for him.
"We will wait and see how he is progressing in his problem,” the Argentine tactician noted, even as he was quick to speak about his own future at the north London outfit.
"Today, no one is more important than the game we have ahead, Tottenham deserve that we are all 100 per cent focused on the game.
"We can make history, we can provide our fans the best happiness in football,” Pochettino summed up.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Tottenham have been hit with a blow as their captain Harry Kane has been ruled out of the season after sustaining an ankle injury against Manchester City in the Champions League.
This will now be the third time Harry Kane has sustained ankle injury in his career as Tottenham went on to win the Champions League quarterfinal first leg match 1-0.
Kane launched himself into a heavy tackle on Fabian Delph and limped off down the tunnel at the Tottenham new stadium.
And according to the latest report on UK Sun, Spurs have confirmed that Harry Kane is likely to be out of the season due to the nature of the ankle injury.
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