Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou has been dealt another injury setback with the news that attacker Manor Solomon has suffered an injury in training and will be out for some time.
According to Football. London, the degree of the injury is unknown, despite the fact that manager Ange Postecoglou is due to address the fresh blow during his press conference on Friday.
The Israeli forward’s setback follows that of summer addition Brennan Johnson, who missed the contentious win against Liverpool owing to an ailment that his management acknowledged wasn’t severe.
“From last week, Brennan will miss out – it’s nothing too serious, but he won’t be right for this week,” he told reporters ahead of the game against Liverpool. Madders and Sonny trained today; they just ended the session and looked to do well. We’ll just have to watch how they pull up since they were a little weary after last week and had an interrupted week of training, so it’s just a question of seeing how they pull up.”
There is some good news, though, as Bryan Gil, who had surgery due to a pre-season injury, is back in training and might be one of the players who benefits from Solomon’s absence.
Tottenham’s start to the league season has been amazing, and if they win against Luton and other results go their way, they might go into the international break top of the table.