Tottenham Hotspur may be losing out financially from the coronavirus lockdown, but they have certainly profited on the fitness front.
Upon the suspension of the Premier League, Spurs were without Harry Kane, Heung-min Son, and Steven Bergwijn through injury, three of their main goal threats.
The likes of Dele Alli and Lucas Moura would have been left to find the net on their own had the campaign continued.
However, with the players having weeks behind closed doors to slowly nurse themselves back to health and into training, Spurs may have something close to a full squad if the season returns.
In a report from Tottenham themselves today, the club revealed that Steven Bergwijn is now able to run on his ankle again following an injury sustained against Burnley.
It was reported back in March that the Spurs new boy had managed to sprain his ankle towards the end of the match (Daily Mail).
Since joining Tottenham in January, the Dutch winger has appeared six times in a Lilywhite shirt and scored twice, including a sensational strike against Man City (Wikipedia).
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