Mourinho, though, was able to provide a positive update on the club’s top goalscorer ahead of the north London derby.
The 57-year-old added: “I believe he’s going to be fit. I’m not sure, he’s on treatment.
“But I could be now doing some bluff or trying to pretend that he’s in big trouble. He’s not in big trouble. I believe he’s going to play.”
Kane has scored seven goals and contributed nine assists in the opening 10 games of the season as Spurs sit top of the Premier League standings before welcoming their rivals to N17.
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