Tottenham injury update: Pape Matar Sarr, Destiny Udogie and Rodrigo Bentancur latest news and return dates

Tottenham defeated Fulham on Friday night to maintain their lead in the early Premier League standings.

Few could have seen Spurs being in this situation just a few weeks ago, despite manager Ange Postecoglou being unhappy with his team’s second-half performance in a 2-0 victory.

Undoubtedly, there is still a significant amount of football to be played before the season is over. Spurs, on the other hand, are exempt from European obligations, and that slightly looser timetable may significantly help to keep players fresh.

However, they return to play for a second time this week as they travel to Crystal Palace.

This season, the midfielder has excelled alongside Yves Bissouma, but was substituted against Fulham shortly after the hour mark.

Fortunately for Spurs, Postecoglou has subsequently revealed the Senegal international was only sick and might be available for the match against Palace.

Potentially, on Friday, October 27, 2023, against Crystal Palace.

Another player who left the game before the end on Monday night was Destiny Udogie.

Postecoglou, like Sarr, downplayed any long-term worries and said the Italian international was merely somewhat worn out.

Potentially, on Friday, October 27, 2023, against Crystal Palace.

For Spurs supporters, the prospect of seeing Rodrigo Bentancur perform alongside Sarr, Bissouma, and James Maddison will be incredibly exciting.

Due to the severity of his knee injury, the midfielder has been observed returning to training but is unlikely to play again before November.

Potentially in November 2023.

back to the left Another long-term issue is Ryan Sessegnon. He suffered a hamstring injury this summer, and only now has he begun light training again.

Possible date of return: December 2023

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