‘He’s been impatient’ – Ange Postecoglou provides update on Spurs super star.

Alejo Veliz participated in a Tottenham Hotspur first-team training session for the first time yesterday after joining the squad earlier this summer, according to Ange Postecoglou.

Tottenham is thought to have paid a fee in the neighborhood of £12 million for Veliz to join Ange Postecoglou’s team after he made 62 appearances and scored 19 goals across all competitions for Rosario since his debut in 2021 (Daily Mail).

In a press conference today before the Premier League match against Sheffield United at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tomorrow afternoon, Postecoglou explained that the striker, who turns 20 next week, has been injured and has had a delayed start to life at Tottenham.

Alejo Veliz is available for selection for Spurs

After signing the forward, Postecoglou said last month that it would take some time for him to adjust and that he didn’t expect to see much action with the first team in the early going (Fabrizio Romano).

The Australian has now disclosed that Veliz is now accessible as part of his future plans after resolving the problem.

Alejo is finally on the field, which is fantastic, he said, according to Football.London.

“Yesterday was his first session. He has been impatiently anticipating beginning. It was beneficial to have him involved yesterday, and he will continue to be available.


“Isn’t available” – Ange Postecoglou confirms midfielder will miss Sheffield United match

In advance of tomorrow’s game against Sheffield United, Ange Postecoglou gave a team update during this afternoon’s press conference at Hotspur Way.

After the conclusion of the international break, attention returns to the Premier League, where Tottenham has won three of their first four games and drawn one.

Teams for Tottenham and Sheffield United

With only one point to show for their efforts thus far, the Blades, who were promoted last season and returned to the top division, are still searching for their first triumph.

According to protocol, the media is advised of the Spurs team’s availability before to the match against Paul Heckingbottom’s team.

While traveling with their countries, Cristian Romero and Son Heung-min all experienced injury scares, while Rodrigo Bentancur, Bryan Gil, Ryan Sessegnon, and Alfie Whiteman are all still out injured.

Giovani Lo Celso, who missed both the Burnley game and Argentina’s international competitions, is still sidelined.

Football.London quoted Postecoglou as saying, “We had everyone back yesterday. More of a rest period. Everything is fine; training went well. All of them entered at this time.

This weekend, [Lo Celso] is not available. He worked out yesterday, but we’ll wait another week.

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