Tottenham Hotspur have had their injury problems since the start of the new decade, issues which have arguably hampered the team on the pitch.
Harry Kane picked up a ruptured hamstring tendon against Southampton on New Year’s Day, the same match in which Moussa Sissoko was also injured. Both required surgery to fix their respective problems and have been recovering ever since.
After Spurs failed to sign a replacement striker in January, Heung-min Son was stepping up to fill the goal void until he fractured his arm against Burnley. Sonny also required surgery and has not been seen since.
To make matters even worse, Steven Bergwijn, a player who had been filling in up front, then sprained his ankle earlier this month, keeping him out for the long-term.
Football journalist, Alasdair Gold, has now given an update on Kane, Son, Sissoko, Bergwijn, Foyth, and Davies in his latest Q&A session.
He claimed (Football London): ‘He [Sissoko] returned to training with the squad, along with Ben Davies, this week. Harry Kane is back doing ball work outdoors and is expected back in early April. Sissoko was doing ball work outdoors about a fortnight ago so that timeline fits, although the injuries are different.
‘Son is expected to return finally to Hotspur Way for rehab at the start of this coming week having returned from South Korean the week before last and then isolating himself as per government guidelines.
‘Steven Bergwijn was expected to be out until at least May with his ankle injury but Juan Foyth’s latest setback is not expected to be a serious one.’
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