Tottenham Hotspur have yet another injury to a midfield player, as Harry Winks seemed to pick up an ankle knock against Norwich City last night.
The central midfielder had been extremely impressive in the first hour, but then hit the deck screaming and thumping the ground in pain.
After the medical team checked him over, Winks was strangely left struggling to limp off on his own, rather than anyone assisting him or a stretcher being used.
Spurs are already without Moussa Sissoko and Tanguy Ndombele has only just returned to the first-team after an injury of his own.
However, there has been a positive update on Winks, as Dan Kilpatrick reported that the England man left the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium unaided and in trainers last night.
He also added that Jose Mourinho said the injury was ‘not a crazy one’ and would likely keep Winks out for ‘weeks not months’.
#thfc Winks left the ground unaided and in trainers and Mourinho said it was ‘not a crazy one’ that is likely to keep him out for ‘weeks not months’.
— Dan Kilpatrick (@Dan_KP) January 22, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion:
This is great news for Spurs as I think Winks was playing a very underrated role in the team in recent weeks and looked particularly impressive last month.
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