The Dane hasn’t featured for Spurs since the 2-1 win over Brighton on 22nd September and his national team coach claimed that the attacker might be suffering from a chronic stomach injury.
However, Eriksen’s agent Martin Schoots has claimed (h/t Daily Mail) that the abdominal problem is related to fatigue during the World Cup.
The 26-year-old hasn’t fired on all cylinders for Spurs with just one goal and two assists this season.
The Dane was left out of the national team for the international break and the report claims that no specialists will be brought in to assess the injury.
The report adds that Tottenham are confident that Eriksen’s injury is not a long-term issue. Tottenham play four games in the span of 11 days after the international break and need every player to be fit.
Spurs then play PSV, Manchester City and West Ham in a number of competitions before the end of November.
Eriksen is one of the most important players for Tottenham and his lack of form has affected our creativity. The Dane is one of a handful of Spurs stars out injured and the sooner they return to the first-team, the better our results should be.
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