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

Asmir Begovic of AFC Bournemouth reacts as Erik Lamela of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates his sides second goal during the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Tottenham Hotspur

Asmir Begovic of AFC Bournemouth reacts as Erik Lamela of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates his sides second goal during the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Tottenham Hotspur

Kane limped down the tunnel after an altercation with Bournemouth's Asmir Begovic on Sunday, damaging ankle ligaments for the third time in 18 months.

Remember those faint World Cup hopes we had, yeah?

Adrian Kajumba of the Daily Mirror reported Tuesday Kane has been ruled out "until May and faces a desperate battle to be fully fit" for this summer's tournament in Russian Federation.

Tottenham Hotspur fans have been holding their breath since Sunday (seriously, breathe!) as they wait for news concerning Harry Kane's ankle.

Based on the initial diagnosis, Kane may be ready to return in time for Spurs' final three scheduled league games - against Watford on the last day of April, West Brom and Leicester.

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.

On the first occasion he suffered the same injury he missed seven weeks - a similar period to the expected lay-off this time - in September 2016, while the second injury only ruled him out for three weeks.

He is also set to be absent from England's two friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy this month.

Both Southgate and Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino will be praying Kane's recovery is more in line with when he hurt his ankle for the second time, against Millwall past year, but recovered much faster than expected.

Spurs planned to send him for a scan on the injury on Monday but that was put back as his ankle was too swollen to assess properly.