The suspension of the Premier League season in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have had one positive for Tottenham Hotspur after giving their injured stars time to regain their fitness.
The likes of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Moussa Sissoko and Steven Bergwijn were all on the treatment table a couple of months ago.
However, with no footballing action over the last two and a half months, it looks like the quartet are all ready to take to the field when the league potentially resumes next month.
Football Insider has provided a fitness update on the injured Tottenham stars and they reveal that Kane, Son and Sissoko are all now at 100 per cent and champing at the bit to get back on the field.
Sissoko and Kane have not played since after injuring their knee and hamstring respectively during the New Year’s Day defeat at Southampton while Son fractured his arm back in February at Aston Villa.
It is also revealed that Bergwijn, who sprained his ankle in early March is on the mend and is soon expected to reach full fitness.
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It looks like Mourinho will have a fully fit squad to pick from when the league returns next month. That is a luxury that the Tottenham boss hasn’t had during his time in North London so far. He will also have had a considerable amount of time to work with the players on the training field. So, it will be interesting to see how we are set up and how we approach matches when the league does resume.
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