This week, talkSPORT reported that Tottenham Hotspur was looking to sell defender Serge Aurier this summer.
On international duty for the Ivory Coast, Aurier picked up an injury on Saturday, yet another injury concern that could derail a potential transfer.
In his nation’s matchup against Rwanda this weekend, Aurier was substituted in the first half due to a reported hamstring issue.
Although this injury may turn out to be relatively minor, it is just the latest in a worrying pattern this campaign for the 26-year-old.
Aurier has played just eight Premier League matches for Tottenham this season, with his lack of game time not just due to a dip in form.
The Ivorian has already missed seven league matches this season with a combination of groin and thigh problems, a concerning sign for Aurier.
And when prospective clubs are considering splashing millions of pounds on Aurier this summer, his injury record will surely be a major factor in their decision.
Taking into account Serge Aurier’s latest injury this weekend with the Ivory Coast and his injury-ravaged season, the defender’s potential summer exit from Spurs might derailed.