Tottenham have been given three massive boosts by the return to full fitness of Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min and Moussa Sissoko, Football Insider understands.
The trio are all able to take part in full training and are in line to play when the Premier League season restarts next month.
A Spurs source has told Football Insider the key senior trio are all “champing at the bit” while the fourth big name who had also been injured before the lockdown, Steven Bergwijn, is also on the mend.
They will ensure Tottenham will be in a far better position to climb the table if, as expected, the league resumes in the coming weeks.
Kane, 26, has been sidelined since rupturing a tendon in his left hamstring on New Year’s Day.
Son, the team’s other main goalscorer and attacking threat, had been out since fracturing his arm in February.
Sissoko underwent knee surgery in January while Bergwijn, who had made an encouraging start to his Spurs career following his £27million January arrival, sprained his ankle in early March and had been ruled out for the rest of the original season.
The suspended campaign has given the quartet time to rehabilitate and get back to fitness in what will significantly strengthen the options of Jose Mourinho.
Kane underwent hamstring surgery in early January and has been sorely missed during his absence.
Spurs were eighth in the Premier League table and seven points adrift of the fourth Champions League spot when the season was halted.
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