‘Right now’: ‘Sensational’ Tottenham star back in training ahead of Champions League clash tomorrow night - journalist
Dejan Kulusveski is back in Tottenham Hotspur training ahead of their Champions League clash tomorrow night, according to Alasdair Gold.
The ‘sensational’ Kulusevski picked up an injury while on international duty with Sweden last month and has not featured for Spurs in their last three games.
It’s fair to say that Antonio Conte’s men have missed the 22-year-old’s creativity from the right-hand side. Spurs fell to a disappointing defeat in the north London derby and a goalless draw in Frankfurt in his absence.
But it seems that Kulusevski could be back in contention to play tomorrow night as he was spotted in training today.
Kulusevski back in training
Football.London’s Alasdair Gold reports that Kulusevski was among the Spurs players training at Hotspur Way today.
The journalist posted a picture of the winger with his teammates ahead of tomorrow night’s clash with Frankfurt.
Gold also claims that Moura and Japhet Tanganga were among the Spurs group today in what is a huge boost for Conte.
It will be a huge boost for Conte to have Kulusevski back after his side missed his decisiveness in the final third over the past week.
Spurs did get back to winning ways against Brighton on Saturday after a 1-0 win at the Amex Stadium.
But over the past week, Conte’s side has been light in terms of attacking options due to the absence of the Swede and Lucas Moura.
During Spurs’ last Champions League clash in Germany, Conte was forced to hand Bryan Gil his first minutes of the season against Frankfurt.
The Italian will be delighted to have both players back ahead of a packed fixture schedule over the next month.
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