Report: When Spurs are expecting Oliver Skipp to return to training after his surgery
Pre-season training is under way at Spurs, with new manager Nuno Espirito Santo putting his players through their paces.
Tottenham‘s non-internationals have returned to Hotspur Way and have been working hard alongside the Under-23s.
The likes of Ryan Sessegnon, Jack Clarke and Harvey White are back in training following their loan stints last term.
However, Oliver Skipp was absent as he’s still recovering from a foot injury.
The 20-year-old midfielder was sensational on loan at Norwich last season.
Skipp played 45 times for the Canaries as they cruised to the Championship title and Premier League promotion.
However, he fractured his metatarsal bone in his right foot in Norwich’s penultimate game of the season.
Skipp required surgery in May and has since been recovering.
Now, football.london has reported that recovery from that surgery is going very well.
If all remains on track, Spurs could introduce Skipp into Nuno’s pre-season training as early as next week, added the outlet.
It could be a huge season for the midfielder, one of the brightest talents to come through the Spurs academy in recent years.
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