Tottenham star set to miss ‘rest of the season’ in major blow for ange postecoglou

Tottenham attacker Manor Solomon will not be returning to first-team training in February, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.

The injury expert claims that the Israel international has faced a couple of setbacks as he battles a knee problem.

Ange Postecoglou stated on 9 February that he had to have a further procedure on his knee.

Discussing the state of play with Solomon exclusively with Tottenham News, Dr Brar, a doctor in physical therapy and a sports scientist, said: “Solomon has been ruled out for several months with a knee injury and is facing issues while returning to full fitness.

Based on comments from Postecoglou, he’s had a couple of setbacks in his return process and also required surgery.

He’s unlikely to be back at 100 per cent until the end of March
A first-team training return should be on the cards in the first week of March if everything is on track.

Postecoglou will be counting on Solomon return for Tottenham

The 24-year-old moved to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this summer but has struggled with fitness issues.

He has played 198 minutes in the Premier League and provided two assists in that span.

Postecoglou has primarily deployed him on the left wing, but he’s also capable of playing centrally.
Hopefully, his return goes as planned and there won’t be any complications as there were back in November.


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