Tottenham Striker Harry Kane Says He’ll Be Ready for UCL Final

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When Tottenham forward Harry Kane went down with an ankle injury in the Champions League quarter-finals against Manchester City back in April, things looked for Spurs’ chances going forward.

Against all odds, Tottenham qualified for the Champions League Final without their star, and he now says that he’s ready to go for the biggest game in the club’s history.

Last week, Kane posted pictures of him running at a Spurs practice session, tipping off fans to his return to training. On Monday, in a news conference in the lead-up to the final, the Tottenham star said that he’s ready to go.

Kane stated that in the past weeks “I’ve been full training, doing everything. I’m at a place now where I’m ready to go for any game but again, it’s down to the manager.”

This means that Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino will have the final say as to whether or not a possibly out-of-form Kane will play for his team in Saturday’s final against Liverpool.

The England international had been fantastic for Tottenham before his April injury, scoring 24 total goals on the season, including 5 in the Champions League.

Much to Spurs fans’ delight, it appears that he will, at last, have a role in the Champions League final after a quick recovery from a serious knee injury.