Kane, 24, was seen training with Tottenham’s first team at their training base on Tuesday before their UEFA Champions League Group H game against reigning European champs Real Madrid on Wednesday. If Spurs win on Wednesday they will secure qualification to the knockout stages of the Champions League with two group games to go.
As for Kane, the striker missed Spurs’ 1-0 defeat at Manchester United in the Premier League on Saturday and their 3-2 defeat to West Ham in the League Cup after suffering a strain to his left hamstring. Kane has scored 17 goals in 16 games for club and country this season and leads the Premier League in scoring with eight goals.
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The striker was able to complete some short sprints and basic passing drills while at one point he made a hand gesture appearing to suggest he felt fine.
It remains to be seen if he’s fit enough to play from the start against Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. but if he’s available off the bench, which will be a huge boost for Tottenham who looked a completely different team in attack against Man United at the weekend.
“Yes, we are very confident. He is on the list. We have one day more to assess him, but I think it maybe can be possible for him to be available to play tomorrow.
“But I don’t want to say 100 per cent sure about that decision, because we have one day more.
“Today and yesterday was good with the training, and now it’s with the medical staff and everyone to try to take the right decision, because it’s important to take the right decision. Pochettino said
Tottenham are level on seven points with Real Madrid in Group H after the sides shared a 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu earlier this month.