Tottenham Hotspur cautious about Ryan Sessegnon as he returns to training following hamstring injury
According to Football.London, Tottenham Hotspur are cautious about Ryan Sessegnon after he has made a return to training after being sidelined due to injury. He has been plagued with injuries after he had made his move to the North London club.
The 21-year-old was signed from Fulham for a fee of £30million in the summer of 2019. However, things have not gone well for him as he suffered from multiple injuries following the move.
Sessegnon had joined Tottenham with a muscle injury that he suffered during the European U-21 Championship which was a sign for the things to come. He was loaned to TSG Hoffenheim in 2020 and had a successful spell under the German club.
The England international encountered a hamstring injury in a training session during pre-season after he had returned from Germany. He was out for a month and had made his return in August for UEFA Europa Conference League.
But the nightmare continued to grow as the wide midfielder got yet another hamstring issue on international duty for the England U21 national team. He has been in the recovery process ever since and has recently made his recovery.
Spurs are keeping a close eye on the youngster as they want to take it slow and not rush him during his recovery. Having taken part in outdoor training, the club will manage the workload to not overwork the player.
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The arrival of Antonio Conte could mean things may change in training for the youngster- but that would be the case for every player. Repeated injuries can happen due to the difference in intensity at training and live matches.
Moreover, the attacking left-wing back can even find a niche for himself under the Italian, with Conte having used attacking full-backs during his time at Juventus, Chelsea, and most recently, Inter Milan.