‘Could not walk’ – Tottenham man spotted walking with crutches as Spurs’ injury problems continue

Alasdair Gold, a Tottenham expert, has disclosed the specifics of Ryan Sessegnon’s Saturday injury.

This season, injuries have plagued the team nonstop, causing them to struggle week in and week out.

Ryan Sessegnon, a midfielder, is the most recent victim of injury, which is awful for him.

He has missed nearly the whole season due to injury. Though he played 10 minutes against Burnley after recovering from an injury last month, he was knocked out again.

After getting over the knock, he was selected for the U21 squad that will play West Ham on Saturday. However, it was said earlier today that the defender sustained yet another injury while playing. Before being ejected from the game, he had only played for 37 minutes.

Gold has now added further information about the injury, saying that it appeared to be pretty serious because Sessegnon needed crutches to go to the training facility and was unable to walk off the field on his own.

He stated (via Football London):

As halftime approached, crutches appeared to help the teenage full-back enter the training complex since it quickly became evident that he was unable to go back into the building alone.

It turns out that the injury is another hamstring strain, but it’s on the other side.

Sessegnon has had a lot of injuries in his relatively brief career, which has resulted in an incredible total of 708 days missed on the field—roughly two years.

Sessegnon’s tenure with the club doesn’t seem to be ending, given the many setbacks brought on by injury.

Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham, will probably let him go in the summer and hunt for another left-back to replace Destiny Udogie.

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