Harry Kane, Mourinho's first problem with England

Coach Southgate is keen to line him up against Denmark on Wednesday after struggling with his thigh; the Tottenham manager disapproves.


He is their main striker and for him he is willing to face the English Football Federation itself. The conflict between Mourinho and the Football Association (FA) is served. The reason, the possible line-up of Harry Kane in Wednesday's Nations League game against Denmark.

Mourinho advised Southgate ahead of the rally that Kane is accumulating a heavy match load and urging the coach to handle the forward's availability "carefully". But last week he had a thigh problem, the English federation carried out a scan and he lost on Wednesday against Wales and on Sunday he played just under half an hour against Belgium. Despite everything, Southgate is willing to align him against Denmark this Wednesday, arguing that he has only had "muscle fatigue", while Mourinho distrusts and has shouted to heaven.

The FA maintains that Kane is not injured, Mourinho that if the player was scanned it will be for something. Mourinho and Tottenham have gone on the attack, according to The Guardian. They blame the FA, where it falls, for the number of games Kane has already played this season. Before Belgium he had played 10 in 29 days, eight of them as a starter. They recall that the fact that the English national team subjected him to a scan last week shows that they are concerned that the player may have something and remind the FA that they know that he will come with the national team when asked.

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