Dr Rajpal Brar has stated that Mikey Moore, a young player for Tottenham Hotspur, will miss the remainder of the season due to a Grade 2 or Grade 3 calf injury.
Even though he won’t be ready to play at the beginning of January, the injury expert argues that this should have an impact on any possible loan move away from the team.
With seven appearances in the Under-18 Premier League South, the 16-year-old has scored eight goals and provided five assists, demonstrating his exceptional play for the Under-18s this season.
#thfc Recognize While serving for his country, Mikey Moore sustained a calf injury that could keep him out of the game for up to six weeks.
A severe setback for the Academy, as their FA Youth Cup third-round match is scheduled for May 5.
Dr. Brar, a sports scientist and physical therapist, said of Moore’s condition of play in an exclusive interview with Tottenham News: “This sounds like a high Grade 2 or Grade 3 calf injury.”
“The recovery period is approximately six weeks, so he won’t return this year, but it really depends on how he handles rehabilitation. Calf injuries can be very picky, particularly if they affect specific areas of the calf.
“There shouldn’t be any issues unless there’s an unforeseen circumstance, as the other team would be fully aware of the situation if Spurs were to loan him out in January.”
Spurs and Moore will be relieved that it won’t affect any possible loan moves during the January transfer window.
For young players on the verge of making the first team, that’s always an option in the winter, regardless of the plan.
Additionally, things can change at the last minute because it depends on which clubs express interest in a player closer to the transfer deadline.
With James Maddison, Ivan Perisic, and Rodrigo Bentancur among others sidelined for the remainder of the season, Moore has added to the Spurs’ injury list.