Spurs give wide man the green light to resume training

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Dom Le Roy

Bolton Wanderers have confirmed that on-loan Spurs winger Anthony Georgiou has resumed first-team training with the club after recovering from his unspecified injury problems.

The Cypriot international joined the Trotters on loan in the January transfer window but suffered an injury which has prevented him from making his debut for the Trotters so far.

However, the 23-year-old has now been given the green light from Spurs to begin training with his new club after they were convinced that he has recovered sufficiently from his injury (Bolton News).

The winger had his first training session with the League One side on Wednesday and is in contention to finally make his debut this afternoon against AFC Wimbledon (the72.co.uk).

Georgiou spent the first half of this campaign on loan at Ipswich Town but made just thirteen appearances for the side in all competitions (transfermarkt).

He will be hoping to get more regular football under Bolton manager Keith Hill until the end of the season and push for a place in Tottenham’s squad for pre-season,

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Georgiou’s last two loan spells haven’t gone according to plan and so he really needs to have a solid spell at Bolton. While it is clear at this point that the 23-year-old isn’t likely to break into the Spurs team, he can potentially get a move to a decent Championship club in the summer if he can impress with Bolton until the end of the season.

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