Tottenham Hotspur forward, Heung-min Son, has now provided an update on his rehabilitation to fans, claiming that he is working hard and doing alright.
Son has been out injured since February when he fractured his arm against Aston Villa in the Premier League.
However, the number of games that the South Korean has missed have been reduced by the suspension of the Premier League due to the Coronavirus.
The latest announcement revealed that the domestic competition would be out of action until April 30 at the very earliest, handing players like Son time to get back and fit.
After travelling to Korea for the surgery on his fractured arm, Son was required to undergo a period of time in quarantine to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Up until his injury, the forward had racked up 16 goals in 32 games for Spurs this season, following his tallies of 20,18, and 21 over the past three campaigns (Wikipedia).
On his recovery and time in quarantine, Son said (Tottenham website): “I’m doing alright, doing what I can do, working hard, trying to be ready to come back as soon as I can. I miss the feeling of playing, of course, but at this moment, football is not important. Everyone’s health is most important, and we all need to stay safe.
“Anyway, it’s already more than four weeks after surgery now and I’m doing very, very well and working hard to be ready to come back.”
“I was in South Korea for two weeks then back to London, another two weeks but, look, it’s so important to respect this situation. I was very careful and listened to the doctors. This is very important for everyone at the moment. It was tough but I had my family, so it was fine for me.”
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