Japhet Tanganga, Tottenham defender took up a stress fracture in his back recently.
Michael Brown claims his recent injury is a concern, and The 21-year-old has already established himself as a key member of the first-team squad.
Ideally, Spurs should look to the next season to get him fit and ready and It’ll be interesting to see if Tanganga gets back to action this season again.
With Vertonghen leaving, Tanganga is likely to get more opportunities to showcase his talent as he could be an important part of next year’s defense of Mourinho.
Brown claimed that he could play multiple roles as well and hailed the kid as an exciting prospect.
The former Tottenham man said Speaking to Football Insider: “He’s a man of many positions, we’ve talked about the benefits of being able to play different positions as a young player, none more so than him.
“It’s the type of injury that worries me, you know? When you get an impact injury – you roll your ankle, you twist your knee – but a stress fracture you’ve got to be a little bit more careful.
“They’ve got a great physio there, Geoff Scott, who looks after him, he was there when I was there and they’ve got unbelievable care down at Spurs. I’m sure they’ll be giving him the best.
“Hopefully we can see him soon because, as you say, he’s a really exciting prospect.”
Tottenham fans will hope the young defender helps them secure European football this season and will be able to recover from his injury quickly and.
The Londoners have a great chance of securing qualification for the Europa League but may not be in next year’s Champions League.
Spurs are presently six points behind Chelsea in the league table, which puts them on seventh. For now, the Blues occupy the fourth and final spot in the Champions League.
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