Date: 28th March 2021 at 6:35pm
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Speaking on the edition of Football Daily’ Sunday Vibes, Zac Djellab has been discussing his concerns surrounding striker Harry Kane ahead of this summer’s European Championship tournament. 

The 27-year-old striker has made 40 appearances across all competitions for Spurs this season, scoring 27 times and providing 16 assists (via Transfermarkt)

Kane has already suffered an to both of his ankles in their 3-1 defeat at home to Liverpool in January, however, he only sat out two Premier League games as a result of the injury.

Djellab spoke of his concerns regarding Kane’s fitness ahead of the upcoming Euro 2020 finals as a result of the previous injuries the striker has picked up in past seasons.

He said: “Let’s just hope he’s fit, that is my one concern at the moment, especially the way Tottenham are playing. Whenever Tottenham are not playing well, that’s when Harry Kane also decides to try and go and work extra hard for his team – which is fair enough – but that’s when you’re concerned over his injury issues.

“Because at the start of the season, he looked like he had his explosiveness back and everything, whereas, I’m kind of watching now and I don’t necessarily see that as much.”

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In England’s last major tournament, the 27-year-old won the World Cup Golden Boot after scoring six goals across the competition, including a hat-trick against Panama.

In 2018, Kane was named the England captain ahead of their World Cup campaign and heading into this summer’s Euros, it is apparent Djellab has his concerns about whether the captain will make it to the end of the season without picking up an injury.

TIF Thoughts on Kane’s future…

Kane has been at the centre of transfer speculation recently following Tottenham’s humiliating elimination from the Europa League after losing 3-0 away to Dinamo Zagreb in the Croatian capital earlier this month.

Many are stating if Kane wants to end his career having won major trophies, then he must leave Spurs in order to do so. So far, Kane does not have any team silverware on his mantlepiece – only individual honours.

However, he has recently insisted that his future will be resolved after this summer’s tournament – which is perhaps a good sign (for England, at least) that he is planning to play a full role at the Euros.

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