Son Heung-Min may miss Tottenham’s next clash in the PL

Fri 10 September 2021 | 17:43

Nuno Espirito Santo says that Son Heung-Min is in doubt as they head to their next match against Crystal Palace.


Korean star

Son Heung-Min

has returned from national duty with injury, and

Nuno Espirito Santo

says that he may miss his side’s next Premier League clash alongside some other players.

The 29-year-old has missed his national team’s match in the World Cup qualifying games against Iraq, suffering from a calf injury.

"Like some of our players, he came back with some issues,"

said Nuno, who was named the Premier League's Manager of the Month for August on Friday.

"Sonny is not so well, but let's wait for the club to make the proper announcement and explain to you better what kind of injury he has."

The manager also refused to give any clarification about the player’s injury when he was asked for further information.

"I don't know. Let's wait and see. The doctors will make the proper diagnostics."

Son’s absence will make

Harry Kane’s

job harder in a situation than Spurs are already without three other players who are not injured, but they can’t play for the club because of the UK protocols for coronavirus pandemic.

Cristian Romero


Giovani Lo Celso

, and

Davinson Sanchez

can’t help their side yet since their national duty.

When questioned on the whereabouts of his South American trio, Nuno explained:

"I can tell you that they are in Croatia. That's what we decided to do to try to avoid more problems.

"So the solution was to try to get them in a country where after that they can join the group. Now they are working with the sports science, a physio, in Croatia."

source: SportMob

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