Harry Kane potentially suffered ligament damage to his right ankle during Tottenham’s visit to Bournemouth on Sunday.
Kane, the England forward, was forced off with just half an hour played after a collision with Cherries goalkeeper Asmir Begovic .
Despite trying to return to the pitch after a short spell on the sidelines, Kane eventually walked down the tunnel and was replaced by Erik Lamela.
Though there has been no official diagnosis, Mauricio Pochettino spoke to Sky Sports at half-time and revealed the extent of the injury.
Pochettino said Kane, 24, has suffered an injury to his right ankle, potentially a ligament problem.
An injury to Kane’s right ankle forced him to miss around two months of the 2016/17 season, and a similar time frame out this time around would throw Kane’s availability for this summer’s World Cup into doubt.