Report: 22-year-old Tottenham player is back in individual training, could be fit to face Brentford now
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Report: 22-year-old Tottenham player is back in individual training, could be fit to face Brentford now

Tottenham’s Ryan Sessegnon is back on the training pitch doing individual sessions and could be fit to face Brentford.

Spurs get their Premier League season back underway against the Bees on Boxing Day and Football.London has reported on their injured stars.

They say that the 22-year-old is back on the grass but not doing training with the rest of his Tottenham teammates as of yet.

He is on track to be fit for the resumption of the Premier League provided there are no more setbacks in his recovery process.

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Sessegnon should be fit to face Brentford

They report that the former Fulham man suffered a hamstring injury during the EFL Cup defeat against Nottingham Forest before the World Cup.

He had to stay on the pitch because all of Spurs’ substitutes had been made, which can’t have done much to help the problem.

But his recovery is seemingly going to plan as Antonio Conte looks to get his squad as close to fully fit as possible before the league gets back underway.

The left wing-back missed the final game before the World Cup break with a hamstring injury as Spurs beat Leeds 4-3 in the Premier League.

Ivan Perisic going deep into the World Cup with Croatia could be good news for Sessengnon, giving him a chance to play plenty over Christmas if he is fit.

Perisic and company are going up against Argentina tonight, looking to qualify for the World Cup final for the second consecutive tournament.

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