With the Premier League giving the green light for clubs to resume training ahead of a potential June restart, a number Spurs players have been pictured at Hotspur Way over the past couple of days.
Contact training will be prohibited during phase 1 of training as social distancing still needs to be observed until clubs get the approval to return to their normal training schedules (Sky Sports).
Players are currently being split into groups rather than training together as per the guidelines.
A video of Steven Bergwijn, Davinson Sanchez, and Japhet Tanganga undertaking shooting and running drills at the training ground on Tuesday.
Tottenham Hotspur players including, Steven Bergwijn, Davinson Sánchez & Japhet Tanganga trained at Hotspur Way today, but no goalkeepers were present pic.twitter.com/IrqWaq0dLa
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 19, 2020
Dele Alli and Son Heung-min also were at Hotspur Way on Tuesday with both players appearing to be in good spirits.
Dele, who was the recent victim of a home robbery, took to social media to reveal that he missed the training ground and was delighted to be back.
Son, who returned to London a few days ago following the completion of his military service in South Korea, also posted an updated on Instagram.
Spurs Web Opinion
It really is fantastic to see the lads back in the training centre. They must be raring to get back playing after more than two months without kicking a ball. Hopefully, with a fully fit squad, we will able to make up the points deficit to Chelsea in fourth place when the Premier League returns.
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