“Uncertain of the severity of damage”: O Keefe reveals that the Spurs duo are the most recent victims of hamstring problems.
As the second half of the season approaches, Tottenham Hotspur’s injury woes remain.
Over 20 players on the Spurs roster have sustained injuries at some point this season, with hamstring problems accounting for the majority of these cases.
Giovani Lo Celso and Ben Davies are reportedly the most recent hamstring injury victims.
In an update earlier today, Paul O. Keefe disclosed that the two are still experiencing hamstring problems, and it is unclear when they will be available.
An eventful few days at Tottenham
2 new signings 🤝
Romero wants to play v United 💪🏻
Looking at potential mid options 👀
Davies & Gio hamstring concerns 😞
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) January 10, 2024
The Welsh defender, who was instrumental in the absence of Micky van de Ven, has established himself as a world-class utility player.
In each of Tottenham’s last eight Premier League games, he played the entire 90 minutes and hardly made a mistake.
In James Maddison’s absence, Lo Celso has also been a crucial player for the Spurs, putting up strong performances. Ange will be more depleted in the midfield by his injury, since Sarr and Bissouma are already sidelined because of AFCON.
Ange will also be hurt by Ben Davies’s absence, but Radu Dragusin’s presence gives the manager hope since it gives him another reliable defensive option.
Romero is also anticipated to make a comeback this week, along with Micky van de Ven.
Spurs are slowly making progress toward their comeback, having already signed two players, and numerous important players are very close to playing again.