Man City receive quadruple injury boost ahead of Champions League tie against Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur will already be looking ahead to the very first match under the lights at their new stadium against Man City in the Champions League.

This is the first time Spurs have qualified for the quarter finals since the 2011 season under Harry Redknapp with players such as Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, and Van Der Vaart.

Tottenham have never been into the semi finals of the Champions League, and will be looking to make history this season against a tough but beatable opponent.

Spurs recently welcomed back both Dele Alli and Harry Kane to the first team, but have suffered injuries to Serge Aurier and Eric Dier.

Man City on the other hand have welcomed four players back into training this week, conveniently after they were not fit enough to be called up to their countries.

Kevin De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Benjamin Mendy, and John Stones and took to the training pitch once again on Monday ahead of their Premier League match against Fulham and upcoming Champions League clash with Spurs (Football London).

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