The Tottenham striker was expected to lead the line for Gareth Southgate’s side at Wembley, but he sources claim he is set to miss the game after sustaining what is understood to be a muscular injury.
Having named an experimental starting XI against Wales on Thursday night, England manager Southgate is set to make a raft of changes for tonight’s UEFA Nations League clash against Roberto Martinez’s side.
Jordan Henderson, who will captain the team if Kane is out, and Declan Rice should fill the two central midfield slots, while Marcus Rashford, fresh from being awarded an MBE, and Mason Mount are set to to play in advanced roles.
In the pre-Covid world, you could only really see Kane lining up for Barcelona or Real Madrid post-Spurs but both the Spanish giants, crippled by the financial impact of the crisis, are tightening their belts and frantically offloading big earners.
For all the many achievements on Kane’s CV – twice Premier League top scorer, England captain, World Cup Golden Boot winner – he has yet to win a piece of silverware.
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