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  1. Tottenham Hotspur have welcomed James Maddison back to full training as the midfielder steps up his recovery from a long-term ankle injury.

The 27-year-old has been sidelined for more than 10 weeks after coming off hurt in the dramatic 4-1 home defeat to Chelsea in November. Maddisonhad been in terrific form prior to his setback, grabbing three goals and six assists in 12 matches.

His return to group sessions is timely ahead of Tottenham’s FA Cup Fourth Round clash with holders Manchester City on Friday. Meanwhile, Spurs fans will be encouraged to see a fellow teammate back on the grass after missing the 2-2 draw with Manchester United earlier this month.

Maddison on the mend

Maddison was captured doing ball work and strength training by club cameras, which suggests a return is not far away. It is unclear whether Ange Postecoglou will deem him ready enough for game time this week.

The manager previously said that his return date “depends when he starts training,” so the sight of him undergoing drills will have at least raised hopes that he may make the squad. Despite being out for so long, only Pedro Porro has provided more assists for Spurs this season.

Kulusevski getting ready

Dejan Kulusevski missed the draw with Man United due to illness but could be set to return against City. The winger was seen going through his paces this week at Enfield, engaging in ball work as he gets back up to speed













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