January 21, 2024

Following his limping off against Manchester United, injury specialist Dr. Rajpal Brar has updated us on Micky van de Ven’s condition.


The summer purchase of the Dutchman from Wolfsburg has shown him to be an excellent addition.


He had an immediate effect and forged one of the league’s greatest center-back tandems with Cristian Romero.


However, he suffered a regrettable hamstring injury versus Chelsea, which prevented him from playing for over two months.


In the final Premier League match, he finally made his long-awaited return by starting against Manchester United; despite Spurs’ impressive performance, the game ended in a 2-2 draw.


Van de Ven was noticed limping at the end of the game when he was substituted by Emerson Royal.


Although the defender clarified during the game that it was simply cramping, Spurs supporters may be concerned about Dr. Rajpal’s assessment of the situation.


He believes it is not a good omen when a player hobbles off in his first game back after suffering a hamstring injury.


He acknowledged that there is still a significant risk of hamstring strains recurring.


He stated to Tottenham News:


Since football players are more likely to re-injure themselves from hamstring strains, there is always a threat of reinjury.


It is never a good sign when someone is hobbling off the field in their first game back from an injury.


He did, however, downplay any concerns about injuries soon after, which is encouraging, although the club physios will still be closely watching him.


“If he’s not there yet, I’d expect to see him back at 100%, but it might not happen after just one game back.”



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