"If we arrive in the final of the Champions League maybe he would have the possibility to play, but we'll see".
The 25-year-old could also miss England's bid to win the Nations League.
Kane, who has already injured the same ankle this season, was pictured leaving Tottenham's new stadium on crutches after picking up the injury when going to tackle Fabian Delph early in the second half.
Will Spurs reach the semi-finals of the Champions League this season?
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The club have not put a timeframe on Kane's recovery but Pochettino said it would be hard for him to recover in time to play any part in the rest of the Premier League campaign which finishes in just four weeks' time on May 12. The return game is scheduled for April 17 in Manchester.
He was ruled out for nearly two months in January, missing seven games, when he damaged ligaments in the same ankle during their 1-0 Premier League home defeat by Manchester United.
South Korean star Son Heung-min is expected to take on the mantle left by Kane for Spurs' remaining games.
Kane had previously missed six weeks of action after injuring the same ankle during a January 15 Premier League match against Manchester United.
England'sHarry Kane celebrates scoring a goal with Raheem Sterling, Ross Barkley and Jordan Henderson.
The concern about Kane isn't just in the short-term, but in the long-term, as the Spurs boss admitted that the forward's injury history could be an issue.
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Potts said police managed to apprehend the suspect inside the mall and they do not believe there is a threat to the public. Police in Bloomington tweeted that a 5-year-old child suffered injuries and was being treated at a hospital Friday.
A man who attempted to light himself on fire outside of the White House has been arrested, according to multiple reports . Officers quickly scrambled to clear pedestrians from Pennsylvania Ave, running & shouting at people to clear the area".
Rohit's return on 118 runs from five innings is disappointing from India's vice-captain with the World Cup on the horizon. It is also crucial to get top order batsmen in the team as they are likely to score the major chunk of the score.
The Pelicans will hire a general manager soon, one that will presumably decide if Gentry returns next season. But he said he has few regrets and maintained that he loved New Orleans, Pelicans fans and his teammates.
They also threatened each other with missile strikes, before Western powers, led by the United States, pulled them back. However, Modi also faces a fierce competition from the opposition parties, led by the Indian National Congress (INC).
Wood, 28, was arrested early Wednesday at Summerlin Hospital in Las Vegas after La-Rayah Davis died there Tuesday night. Wood was a member of the 2012 Fighting Irish team that went to the BCS National Championship Game, falling to Alabama.
Attorney's Office for the Southern District of NY "thoroughly investigated" the case and decided not to pursue charges. President Barack Obama speaks with White House Counsel Gregory Craig in the Oval Office, June 11, 2009.
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And ultimately, the research has found only associations and does not prove that certain nutrients in foods lengthen life. Fang Fang Zhang , an associate professor at the Freedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University .
South Korea abortion ban ruled 'unconstitutional'
About 15 pro-women's rights activists shouted "Abolish the anti-abortion law" near the court's entrance earlier on Thursday. The law was reviewed after a challenge from a female doctor, who said the ban endangered women and limited their rights.
Tesla Stops Selling $35,000 Model 3 Online
USA customers can choose from 10,000, 12,000 and 15,000 mile annual usage options, depending on their budgets and driving. Monthly payments vary from a little over $500 for the Model 3 Standard Range Plus to $889 for the Model 3 Performance.
Amazon workers can hear what you say to Alexa
The workers, some of whom spoke anonymously with Bloomberg , annotate the recordings to help Alexa get better at what she does. Each reviewer is expected to check as many as 1,000 audio files in each 9-hour shift, two of the workers told Bloomberg .
Trump signs orders to curb state power to delay energy projects
On Wednesday, he made good on that pledge by signing two executive orders that would put pipelines on the fast track to success. When they determined it failed to meet standards to protect streams, wetlands and other water sources, a gas pipeline stopped.
Star Wars Episode IX now has a proper name
Billy Dee Williams returns as Lando Calrissian, finally reuniting with the Millennium Falcon - and, in turn, with L3-37. Menacing laughter from Emperor Palpatine is heard as the screen goes black, then the Star Wars logo is seen in blue.
New species of ancient human discovered in Philippines
The new specie is called Homo luzonensis after the main northern island of Luzon , where the remains were dug up starting in 2007. Basically, the newly discovered species is a mix of both older and more recent types of human in terms of physical features.
NFL Draft 2019: Kyler Murray reportedly visiting Giants
It might not take a trade for two quarterbacks to come off the NFL Draft board before the Giants are on the clock. The New York Giants have had their eye on Haskins much of the offseason and do have two first-round selections.
USA urges Sudan army to bring civilians into government
The Sudanese military announced Thursday it had removed President Omar al-Bashir from power after months of expanding protests. People protested around the country, gathering for Friday prayers at the protest site, to demand the military hand over power.