Tottenham Hotspur interim manager Ryan Mason has admitted that he’s unsure if Harry Kane will be fit enough for the upcoming Carabao Cup final.
The Spurs captain appeared to sustain an ankle problem in the recent 2-2 draw against Everton, seeing him miss the recent 2-1 victory against Southampton.
With the team preparing to meet Manchester City at Wembley Stadium, Mason conceded that Kane playing any part is up in the air.
Talking in his pre-match press conference, he said: “We’re not sure yet. He didn’t train with the team today but we’ll have more of an idea tomorrow to see if we can get him back on the pitch.
“I’m not really sure. It’s a case of taking it hour by hour now. So the days are obviously running out.
“It’s a case of seeing how he feels in the next four hours, the next six hours, and go from there. I can’t really answer than question until tomorrow. Everyone isn’t sure.”
Should Kane miss the game, it would certainly be a huge blow to Tottenham’s hopes of lifting the trophy, their first since 2008.
He has been in fantastic form this season having hit 31 goals and notched 16 assists in all competitions.
As it stands, Spurs can be backed at a price of 7/2 with Paddy Power to win the game on Sunday within 90 minutes.