Harry Kane completes individual training session on Bayern Munich return… after the England captain was released from the Three Lions squad to to recover from an ankle injury

Harry Kane returned to Bayern Munich training on Monday after being released from the England squad to continue his recovery from an ankle injury.

Kane has been struggling with an ankle injury and missed England’s 1-0 loss to Brazil on Saturday.

Gareth Southgate confirmed Kane would return to Bayern post-match after previously admitting his captain had been ‘extremely doubtful’ to feature in his side’s second friendly against Belgium.

Kane was pictured in Bayern Munich training on Monday, with the club confirming he had taken part in an individual session.

‘Harry Kane completed an individual training session at FC Bayern’s training ground on Monday morning,’ a Bayern Munich statement read.

‘The 30-year-old striker worked with the ball on the pitch at Säbener Straße alongside fitness coach Holger Broich.’

Kane suffered an ankle injury whilst playing for Bayern Munich earlier this month after colliding with a goalpost in his side’s win over Darmstadt.

England’s record goalscorer had missed parts of training last week and was receiving treatment at St George’s Park following a scan last Monday. 

‘(Kane) will go back,’ Southgate said of Kane on Saturday. ‘He won’t be fit for Tuesday.

England will face Belgium at Wembley on Tuesday in their latest friendly ahead of Euro 2024.

Ollie Watkins and Ivan Toney will be aiming to deputise in Kane’s absence.

Watkins played the full match against Brazil on Saturday, but was limited to only one chance of note in the first half which he fired over from close range.

Toney, the other recognised centre forward in the squad, will be hoping to feature against Belgium and earn his second England cap.

Marcus Rashford and Anthony Gordon can also play centrally.

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