Moussa Sissoko recovering well as he nears return after injury
In some good news for Tottenham Hotspur, powerhouse midfielder Moussa Sissoko continues to recover from his injury as he works his way up to full fitness.
The Frenchman has not played for Spurs since injuring his knee in the 1-0 loss at Southampton in January. The injury was serious enough to require surgery and Sissoko has only recently returned to training at Hotspur Way.
As reported on the official site, Sissoko revealed that he is fine and has been training for two weeks now. He is currently working to build up his fitness as he prepares to return to action.
“I’m fine, my knee’s okay”
With the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the world, football is not the first thing on the mind for Sissoko.
The player is concerned about his family’s safety and spoke of the preventive measures to be taken to prevent the spread of the infection. He urged people to be sensible and follow the necessary protocols.
“We need to be sensible and try to follow protocols”
Sissoko also spoke of his belief that things will be alright soon and we can all go back to leading our regular lives.
The player is constantly in touch with his family in France. He recounted their predicament as they are restricted from going out except to get food. He urged people to stay safe and stay at home.
Sissoko spoke of making the most of having to stay at home. He urged people to make use of the opportunity to spend time together. He also asked people to stick together and help each other so that once this is over, we may usher in a better tomorrow.
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The shutdown can be counted as a blessing in disguise for Tottenham. The club have struggled without their stars and have fallen down the pecking order in the race for fourth place. With just nine games remaining, Tottenham could call upon the likes of Harry Kane and Sissoko and launch one final assault on the top four.