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‘OH NO’: Fabrizio Romano gives bad news to Spurs fans ahead of North London derby

With the news that Ivan Perisic has sustained a long-term injury, Tottenham Hotspur has suffered a serious setback.

During practice, the Croatian winger suffered a complicated anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury to his right knee, necessitating surgery.

The club released a statement on their official X account confirming the tragic news and offering their support for the seasoned Croatian international.

Perisic will have surgery to treat the wound.

They posted:

“We can confirm that Ivan Perisic has suffered a complex Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury in his right knee.”

“The experienced Croatia international sustained the injury in non-contact training and will undergo surgery.

Wishing you well in your recovery, Ivan.”

According to comments from dependable writer Fabrizio Romano, Perisic would likely miss five to six months of football while out injured.

According to this schedule, he might try to rejoin the team in March or April 2024.

He wrote:

Ivan Perisi has ruptured his ACL, and Tottenham has confirmed that he will be out for the next 5 to 6 months.

Perisi, a wonderful professional, will now work hard to return in March or April and assist Spurs before competing for Croatia in Euro 2024.

We wish him a quick recovery!

Under the direction of Ange Postecoglou, Ivan Perisic has been a standout player, significantly contributing, especially in late-game situations.

He was an invaluable member of the team due to his expertise, adaptability, and capacity to influence games.

The Croatian actually had a significant role on Saturday’s incredible comeback against Sheffield United, as he helped set up the winning goal and assisted on another.

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Report: Tottenham player has ‘made clear his desire’ to leave in January

Giovani Lo Celso, according to Fichajes, has already decided to leave Tottenham during the January transfer window.

Lo Celso stayed put at Spurs despite being linked to moves away from the North London club up until the transfer deadline day, according to claims that Ange Postecoglou assured the player’s camp that he will play a role at the club this season (Express).

The Argentine’s lone start so far this season came against Fulham in the Carabao Cup second round last month, but he has missed the following two games because of a hamstring issue.

A few days ago, we relayed a rumor from AS that suggested Real Betis would try again to recruit Lo Celso after their bid to do so failed in the summer.

Lo Celso wants to join Real Betis in January

Fichajes has since confirmed this story, saying that Betis are ‘attentive’ to the Tottenham player’s condition before January.

According to the source, the midfielder has “made clear his desire” to quit Spurs in January and play at Benito Villamarin Stadium once more.

Despite receiving offers from other teams, it is claimed that Lo Celso has made it clear that he wants to play for Manuel Pellegrini’s team.

I have my doubts about this story because Lo Celso hasn’t been available for selection in the last several games, so he has no cause for complaint about not getting enough playing time. Despite this, I do not anticipate him to see many minutes over the coming weeks, especially after Brennan Johnson’s arrival.

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