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“Tottenham’s £25m Player Nears Return, Hits the Grass”

Before the holiday season, Tottenham Hotspur has some positive news after a month of bad injury bulletins.

The Spurs team under Ange Postecoglou is in desperate need of reinforcements, and the 23-year-old’s comeback might come at a perfect time.

Even though he’s still recovering, Ryan Sessegnon has recently been seen working out on grass.

Spurs posted a video of Sessegnon’s recuperation to Instagram, and the defender appeared healthy as he made his injury comeback.

Sessegnon, a player who appeared destined for the pinnacle of the game, has had awful luck with injuries since signing for £25 million many moons ago.

Naturally, at only 23, the left-back still has intriguing potential if he can stay healthy for a longer amount of time.

Additionally, Sessegnon seems like a fantastic fit for “Ange Ball,” a full-back with outstanding attacking tendencies.

And even though it would be extremely difficult to replace Destiny Udogie, Sessegnon may be a great understudy.

Additionally, as he did at Fulham, there’s a chance the England youth international will be utilized higher up the field.

Good news was offered by Tottenham supporters as Ryan Sessegnon nears his injury comeback.

When Sessegnon will rejoin the starting lineup is currently unknown, but patience seems to be the best course of action for Spurs supporters.

Nevertheless, it appears that Ange Postecoglou would exercise care about Pape Matar Sarr’s comeback as well.

It is more likely that the midfielder will make a comeback over the weekend rather than against West Ham United tomorrow.

In any case, Tottenham will be ecstatic to see Cristian Romero return from his protracted suspension.

The defender has been greatly missed, and it feels like a long time ago when he was sent out against Chelsea.

Ben Davies’ strong play in his absence should help Tottenham get by until Micky van de Ven returns from injury.

Romero and Davies together should keep Postecoglou’s team quiet during the upcoming hectic schedule.

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