Injured Tottenham star Harry Kane may need SECOND ankle scan before learning how long he'll be out

Tottenham hope to discover the severity of Harry Kane ‘s latest ankle injury, and how long he will be sidelined for, by the end of this week.

England striker Kane was forced off early on in Sunday’s 6-0 FA Cup quarter-final win over Millwall after rolling his right ankle in a challenge with defender Jake Cooper.

The swelling has reduced enough for him to have the joint scanned on Tuesday, and both player and club are now sweating on the results.

Kane’s afternoon against Millwall was ended early by the injury…
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Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur holds his ankle as he goes down injured during The Emirates FA Cup Quarter-Final match between Tottenham Hotspur and Millwall at White Hart Lane on March 12, 2017 in London, England.
…and now Spurs fans are worried his SEASON might be over
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They are facing an anxious wait to get a better idea of the seriousness of the setback, and Spurs’ main goal-threat may require a second scan before a specialist can put a timescale on his recovery.

Kane, 23, damaged ligaments in the same ankle earlier in the season against Sunderland and was out for seven weeks, missing 10 matches.

Tottenham are keeping their fingers crossed for good news and that this recurrence is not quite as serious, which would allow Kane to return in four to six weeks’ time.

Spurs hope to get Kane back in four to six weeks rather than in early May
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That would see him back by the middle of April — in time to be available for Spurs’ FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea and the north London derby against Arsenal a week later, as Spurs scrap for a top four finish.

But if the setback is worse, Kane could be looking at a lay-off of around two months, which would rule him out until early May.

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