Spurs were without a fixture in Gameweek 31 due to their participation in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
That has meant that Kane has been sold by almost 1.2million managers over the last two Gameweeks.
Meanwhile, Kane's Spurs team-mate Son Heung-min (£8.3m) has been the hot property in midfield.
Attracting over 122,000 new owners, Son moved up front upon Kane's withdrawal against the Cherries, scoring twice for a second successive Gameweek.
Kane's potential return to fitness will give managers, particularly those with Wildcards active or planned for Gameweek 33, food for thought.
He could even be in the squad for Sunday's Stamford Bridge visit.
That could have an immediate impact, as Kane's 13 goals, 61 shots and 23 shots on target in away matches are more than any player.
A second Double Gameweek, yet to be confirmed, will follow later in the run-in, ensuring that demand for the star striker will build from this point on.