No, Harry Kane's ankle hasn't been diagnosed yet

Harry Kane

GettyHarry Kane clashed with Asmir Begovic on Sunday

Harry Kane has been ruled out until May with his ankle injury and the Tottenham striker faces a fight to be fully fit for England's World Cup campaign, according to reports.

Kane injured his right ankle - the third time he's injured the same ankle in a year - in the 24th minute of Tottenham's 4-1 win at Bournemouth on Sunday.

Harry Kane is reportedly out until May with an ankle injury.

England will face Tunisia, Belgium and Panama in the World Cup group stage in Russian Federation.

A Tottenham source revealed the injury is as serious as the one that kept him out for seven weeks from September 2016.

The Mirror believe the Premier League's leading goalscorer will now be absent for the majority of Spurs' final games this season, including vital domestic matches against Chelsea and Manchester City.

He will then miss the semi-finals if they win and four league fixtures after the worldwide break, a potential top four decider against Chelsea and further clashes with Stoke, Manchester City and Brighton.

Meanwhile, the report claims that he will miss four Premier League fixtures, Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final clash against Swansea and the semi-final if they beat Carlos Carvalhal's outfit.

He left the ground on crutches and had to postpone a scan due to the amount of swelling.

With the World Cup just three months away, national coach Gareth Southgate will also be eager to find out how long Kane could be sidelined for.

The injury occurred after a collision with Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic in the first half at Dean Court.

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