Tottenham Hotspur take on Olympiacos tomorrow evening in the Champions League, but they will be without three injured players.
Spurs have confirmed that Juan Foyth has remained at the training ground as he has only just returned to full training with the squad.
Giovani Lo Celso, meanwhile, is now in the early stages of his rehabilitation after picking up a knock on duty for Argentina.
Unfortunately, Spurs also claim that Ryan Sessegnon has complained about an irritation to his hamstring injury, so it this could see further delays to his Tottenham debut.
Sessegnon was injured when Spurs signed him from Fulham in the summer and has yet to make a single appearance for the club.
Luckily, Tottenham are well-stacked at left-back and on the wing, with the likes of Danny Rose, Ben Davies, Heung Min Son, and Lucas Moura.
Tottenham fans will be hoping to see these three back as soon as possible.
TEAM NEWS:@JuanMFoyth (ankle): remains at the Training Centre having just returned to full training@LoCelsoGiovani (hip): early stages of rehabilitation@RyanSessegnon (hamstring): undergoing assessment after reporting irritation with previous hamstring injury#UCL ⚪️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/nums2P0gZl
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 17, 2019
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