Bentancur, Johnson, and Solomon’s most recent return dates for Spurs
Tottenham is in first place in the Premier League and is entering the international break on a strong note.
Ange Postecoglou’s team has had a fantastic start to the season, and the improved play and results have quickly improved the club’s spirits.
Postecoglou still has problems, since Yves Bissouma is currently suspended following his red card. Additionally, during his tenure in command, he has not yet had the chance to use players like Ryan Sessegnon or Rodrigo Bentancur.
Rodrigo Bentancur’s recovery from the ACL injury he sustained in February is progressing at a faster rate.
Although the midfield has been seen participating in first-team practice, it has only been for warm-up drills, and Spurs are careful not to hurry Bentancur and run the danger of a setback.
According to Postecoglou, November still stands as the planned date for his return.
Potential return date: November 2023
Brennan Johnson has missed the last few weeks due to a hamstring injury sustained in the north London derby last month.
Postecoglou is confident that the forward can make a quick comeback to action after the break, despite the fact that he was not there for the trip to Luton on Saturday and will not be participating on Wales’ international duty.
The Spurs manager said ahead of the Luton game, “Brennan Johnson is close, but he’s not quite 100%, and with the international break we’re kind of hoping he’ll get that time during that to be available straight after.”
Possible date of return: Monday, October 23, 2023 against Fulham
Manor Solomon had surgery on his right knee last week, according to Tottenham, after sustaining a meniscus problem during training.
Although a specific return date has not been specified, the forward is anticipated to be out for at least a few months and is therefore unlikely to play a significant role for the team before the end of the year.
Possible date of return: December 2023
Ivan Perisic “suffered a complex anterior cruciate ligament injury in his right knee,” the club said in a statement last month.
The 34-year-old is anticipated to miss the rest of the season, and because his deal with Spurs expires in the summer of 2019, he may have played his final match for the organization.
Possibly in the summer of 2024.
Ryan Sessegnon has been out of commission since February, just like Bentancur.
The left back underwent hamstring surgery over the summer and has not yet made a comeback, but he has begun light exercise to speed up his recuperation.
But he is still on his own, and a return to first-team practice is not soon.
Potentially in November 2023.