Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane's summer workload has been added to after the club announced a second post-season friendly game in Asia.
Three days after the end of Spurs' domestic campaign on 24 May, the club travel to Kuala Lumpur to face Malaysia XI on 27 May, which comes before the already announced match against Sydney FC on 30 May.
While the fixtures represent a strenuous extension of the season for many of Tottenham's first-team squad, many of who will be expected to travel to enhance the north London club's profile in Asia and Australia, the schedule is yet to significantly impact on Kane.
Due to represent England at the Under-21 European Championships, which start on 17 June and could see the 21-year-old play five matches in less than two weeks, Kane faces a substantial workload before the 2015-16 season starts on 8 August.
That campaign is likely to end with Tottenham's top scorer, who has 29 club goals this term, playing at the 2016 European Championships with England's senior side at the end of a gruelling two years for the Chingford-born forward.
Though Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has not confirmed Kane's participation in the two post-season games, with the object of the trip surrounding improving the club's reputation overseas, their primary marketable asset is unlikely to be omitted.
Kane has not yet obtained permission to play for England in the Under-21 European Championships but the White Hart Lane club are likely to cave into pressure from the Football Association, who will be keen for success in the Czech Republic after the senior team's woeful performance at the 2014 World Cup.
Should Tottenham demand Kane travels for the two friendlies, it will surely weaken any stance that his participation in the summer finals with the England Under-21's would lead to burnout, with the player likely to have to undergo a 21,000-mile round trip.
"It is a very good thing for him [Kane]," Pochettino said prior to the announcement of the game in Kuala Lumpur. "I think that it is true that all that has happened was very quick, but in football the good times and the bad things can happen quickly. But it is real and he deserves the present and I am pleased for him.
"There are a lot of questions. I think that we have ahead eight very important [Premier League] games and we have time to speak about a lot of things that happen in the future. Harry Kane is our player and if I decide he is in the squad to go to Sydney, it is our decision. But I think we have time to speak in the future about Sydney or the European [Under-21] competition."