News Break: As Spurs manager recalls Luton being “among the big boys,” manager assures Son and Maddison are both well.

Heung-Min Son and James Maddison will be available to play against Luton at Kenilworth Road this afternoon, according to Tottenham Hotspur manager Ange Postecoglou, however £50 million acquisition Brennan Johnson will not.

Some people rated the two as questionable during the week, but the former Celtic manager allayed those concerns in his pregame press conference, saying: “Sonny’s fine, he trained the last two days and no problem.” The pair have both had outstanding starts to the season for a Spurs team that could top the table with victory.

Madders has been working out the entire week, missing no workouts.

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Manor Solomon, a winger, is one player who is definitely out, though Postecoglou may be able to add two more to his lineup for the trip to Kenilworth Road. He continued: “The main one is Manor Solomon who picked up an injury during the week and will put him out for a little while, which is disappointing for him and disappointing for us.

“Rodrigo (Bentancur) and Ryan (Sessegnon) are still in good financial shape.

“But Bryan (Gil) and Gio (Giovani Lo Celso) have trained this week, which is good, so there’s a possibility they will be involved in the game.”

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