Sergio Regulion will miss Tottenham’s crucial Premier League match with Liverpool on Thursday through injury.

The Spanish defender was an unused at Wycombe on Monday evening, but has sustained a muscle injury – with the Evening Standard reporting that the former Real Madrid left-back has undergone a scan and is facing up to three weeks on the sidelines.

Regulion last featured in the victory at Sheffield United earlier this month, but is now expected to miss the Premier League games with the Liverpool, Chelsea, West Brom and Manchester City, plus the FA Cup fifth-round tie at Everton next month and possibly the first leg Europa League tie against Wolfsberger AC.

To make matters worse for Jose Mourinho, Ben Davies hobbled off at Adams Park earlier this week, although the report suggests that the left-back is “hopeful” of featuring against Jurgen Klopp’s men tomorrow.

If Davies isn’t available, Spurs’ other left-back option would be Japhet Tanganga, whose played there before, but not since last season, and hasn’t made a single appearances in the league this term.



  1. Seriously Spurs badly need central defender because Davidson Sanchez is not good enough and give away too many and he often makes many mistake on passing the ball


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