An emergency took place.

British media ‘Spursweb’ said on the 18th (Korean time), “Tottenham Hotspur received news of a series of injuries prior to Boxing Day. Ben Davies (29) may miss a month due to an abdominal injury sustained at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.” Reported.

It’s an ongoing bad thing. Even before the World Cup in Qatar, Tottenham suffered from an orbital fracture injury to key striker Son Heung-min (30). Heung-Min Son played all four matches of the Qatar World Cup full-time as the captain of the Korean national team while wearing a mask. It seems that the recovery is not over yet. He was still wearing a face shield in a recent training photo released via Tottenham’s official channel.

Even the striker who spent a lot of money in the summer transfer market collapsed. Richarlison (26) participated in the Qatar World Cup as a member of the Brazilian national team. According to the British media ‘Daily Mail’, Richarlison played with a hamstring injury in the quarterfinal against Croatia. The media predicted Richarlison’s return at least a month later.

The burden of Harry Kane (29) has no choice but to grow. Kane played an active part in the World Cup in Qatar as England’s main striker. He led England’s attack with skillful passing and sharp shooting. However, the match against France in the quarterfinals seems to be very disappointing. Kane missed the second penalty and was unable to prevent his team from losing 1-2.

Even Tottenham can’t afford it. In the 2022-23 season, it is 4th with 29 points in 15 English Premier League (PL) games. 5th place Manchester United (26 points from 14 matches) is closely following. It is only 1 point away from 3rd place Newcastle United (30 points). It is not enough to take out a key player in the ranking competition for the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL).메이저사이트

A tight schedule awaits. Tottenham will face Portsmouth on the 7th of next month in the FA Cup as well. In February, he will meet Italian defending champion AC Milan in the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League.

‘Spursweb’ added, “Coach Antonio Conte (53) wants to compete in the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup. He will want to use as many players as possible.”