Tottenham announce huge blow as first-team player suffers ACL injury in training


Ivan Perisic has a ‘complex anterior cruciate ligament’ injury to his right knee, according to Tottenham Hotspur.

Tottenham and Ange Postecoglou are dealt a devastating blow when Perisic reportedly suffered the injury while participating in non-impact training.

While Perisic hasn’t been a regular starter for Postecoglou’s North London squad thus far, he has been a dependable veteran to add in as a sub late in games.

Ivan Perisic could be sidelined for a long time

In reality, the Croatian has had a devastating impact on games near the finish, none more so than the late comeback against Sheffield United, where he helped set up the winning goal and assisted on another.

Rodrigo Bentancur, who was injured in February by an ACL for Tottenham, has yet to resume full first-team training, so Perisic may have a lengthy road to recovery.

The worst kind of ACL injury in football is a difficult one. We could be talking about a year out at this point, but it’s too early to say. In an aggressive Postecoglou team, Perisic’s Tottenham career was only beginning to take shape when it was cut short. What a shame for Ivan and Spurs. We wish him the best of luck in making a full recovery.


Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy makes shocking admission about future transfer

Tottenham Hotspur supporters may at last be content with their chairman for once.

Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, is renowned for being a no-nonsense negotiator who only permits agreements to occur on his terms, and his most recent statement only serves to reinforce that reputation.

Ange Postecoglou has led Tottenham Hotspur to a successful start, allaying worries that Harry Kane’s summer transfer to Bayern Munich for an initial £86 million. However, there are still concerns about Daniel Levy’s suitability to serve as the club’s executive vice president.

Levy, who is regarded as someone who does difficult business in the transfer market, frequently negotiates a sale to the very last penny before approving it. Selling Harry Kane was a definite proof of that, but the chairman of Tottenham’s most recent revelation is undoubtedly good news for Spurs supporters.

Levy answered questions from Tottenham Hotspur supporters during a meeting for fans on Tuesday night. Levy was questioned about whether the team had a buy-back clause on Harry Kane after receiving criticism for allowing the legendary scorer go.

The CEO of Tottenham Hotspur said, “Of course,” pointing out that Kane’s Bayern deal might include a buy-back clause that would permit him to return to north London in the future.

Tottenham transferred Kane to the German juggernauts in order to avoid losing the 30-year-old on a free transfer next summer and rebuild their own team. Kane signed a four-year contract in Bavaria, but he might return to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium earlier than anticipated.

Levy, though, steadfastly declined to divulge any additional information or specifics regarding the buy-back clause. Therefore, it is unclear how much Kane will cost and during which transfer window.

Prior to his Champions League match against Manchester United on Wednesday night, Kane said that he still keeps an eye on Spurs outcomes.

Fantastic start; they are always on my radar, and I believe I will follow Tottenham for the rest of my days, Kane added.

“I am incredibly pleased with how the team is performing, and it is obviously wonderful to see its supporters content.

“I’m sure they’ll be eager to continue that. They have a big game coming up (on Sunday against Arsenal), so I’ll definitely be watching how they do throughout the season.

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