Paratici and Hitchen spoke to Tottenham player at full-time on Sunday, concerns over his injury - journalist
Rob Guest has revealed on the Gold and Guest talk Tottenham podcast that Fabio Paratici, Steve Hitchen and Nuno were all speaking to Heung-Min Son at full-time after Tottenham Hotspur’s game against Wolves.
Son limped off the pitch after Tottenham took on Wolves, having been spotted to have picked up a problem in the warm-up.
The South Korean had heavy strapping on his leg, and was actually withdrawn ahead of time, with Harry Kane coming on.
There are now some concerns over just how bad Son’s injury is.
So far Tottenham have remained tight lipped on the problem, with Nuno not giving much away after the contest.
But it seems that plenty at Tottenham were concerned for Son, and they showed that after Sunday’s 1-0 win.
“What was noticeable was that he did have some strapping on his left hamstring and he did come off 20 minutes from the end,” Guest said.
“What I noticed as well at full time is that Paratici had a word with him, Steve Hitchen as well, and Nuno, so there was some concern there and he was walking gingerly.”
Son a concern
If Son was ruled out for any length of time, it would obviously be a major blow for Spurs.
Son has been used as a striker for Tottenham amid the uncertainty over Kane’s future, and he has performed well.
The South Korean looked very sharp over pre-season, and has carried that form on into the early part of the campaign, which has seen Tottenham take maximum points so far.
Spurs are next in action on Sunday, when they take on Watford, and it will be interesting to see if Son is fit enough to be included.