Tottenham striker, Harry Kane's season could well be over after reports suggest the Englishman would be out until May.
Kane suffered an ankle ligament injury during his club's 4-1 win over Bournemouth in the Premiership last Sunday.
According to Daily mail, Kane will miss weekend's FA Cup quarter-final clash against Swansea City. The 24-year-old forward will also miss crucial Premier League matches against Chelsea, Stoke City, leaders Manchester City and Brighton & Hove Albion as the club look to secure a spot in the top four. Spurs are third on the log-- one point ahead of Liverpool and five above Chelsea.
The forward's goalscoring exploits has been crucial to the club's performance so far this season. He has scored 24 goals in the league, making him joint top scorer with Liverpool's Mohammed Salah.
Although the team proved they could cope without the striker, after he limped off against Bournemouth after 35 minutes. Heung-Min Son, who has netted 18 times for the London club also this season, scored a brace. Fernando Lloriente is another option Tottenham could explore in Kane's position.
Meanwhile, the situation could mean that the player would face a battle to be fit for England before the 2018 World Cup, which is barely three months away.