Football.London’s Alasdair Gold has revealed that Ryan Sessegnon could be back in training in a matter of two weeks as he edges closer to a full recovery from his hamstring issues.
Ange Postecoglou has had to deal with a nearly unprecedented injury crisis, with the Australian admitting in his press conference last week that he does not remember a time in his career when he has been without so many players at the same time (Beanyman Sports).
However, there is now some light at the end of the tunnel for Spurs after Richarlison made his comeback against Manchester City while Cristian Romero has now fully served his three-match ban.
Sessegnon nearing Spurs return
Gold has now provided another positive injury update by revealing that Sessegnon is now in the latter stages of his rehabilitation and is edging closer to full fitness.
The journalist stated that the 23-year-old could start training with his teammates within the next couple of weeks and the hope is the surgery he had in the summer will solve his recurring hamstring problems.
Gold wrote in his column for Football.London: “Ryan Sessegnon is edging towards the latter stages of his rehabilitation following the hamstring surgery that is hoped will finally fix his issues. football.london understands the 23-year-old could return to group training within a couple of weeks but the club will continue to be ultra-cautious with him to ensure there is no chance of any setbacks.”
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While this is great news for Sessegnon, I do not think his recovery will have much impact on Postecoglou’s plans as the 23-year-old would be behind Udogie and Davies in the pecking order. Spurs will probably loan him out in January so that he can prove his fitness and put himself on the shop window ahead of next summer.
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