Ryan Sessegnon’s wait for his Tottenham debut will go into October after the 19-year-old was ruled out of their Premier League game against Southampton on Saturday.

The winger, who joined from Fulham earlier this summer, hasn’t played this season thanks to a hamstring problem he injured whilst on international duty with England Under-21s.

Sessegnon looked on course to return to first-team action after joining the senior squad for training at Hotspur Way prior to their game against Crystal Palace – and the Carabao Cup 3rd Round tie at Colchester United looked like a potential debut for the teenager.

However, Sessegnon has suffered a set back in training and is currently being assessed by the club whilst he continues his rehabilitation from the problem.

Elsewhere, Giovani Lo Celso remains out with a hip problem he endured whilst playing for Argentina, but defenders Juan Foyth and Kyle Walker-Peters could return to Premier League action when the Saints visit North London on Saturday, but Serge Aurier looks in the driving seat to start for a third successive match at right-back.



  1. Most of us long time Spurs fans are not overly shocked at how the season is unfolding so far. We are either a football club with a rich heritage or a property development company with a side football business. At the moment it appears ENIC is preferring the property development label. Levy should hang his head in shame and stay away from the football business as he is obviously bringing the wrong set of skills to the table. We seriously need a savvy football man in charge who can negotiate and complete deals at Premier league level and who keeps his ego in check. All of these last minute deals and abject failure at signing players we need have led us to this point. So far we have not yet to field all of our summer signings and we are already nearing October. Persisting in using players such as Eriksen and sadly out of form Delli are hurting us greatly. We are once again unlikely to win anything this season which is disgraceful given the abundance of talent we have. Poch must take some of the blame however, he cannot dictate players moods or desire to perform, he can only orchestrate the on pitch tactics and team changes. Management is clearly to blame for allowing the fiasco with Eriksen to fester and undermine the team.Same with Toby and Verts, either sign or
    spend the season on the bench. We are guilty of not taking the strong line with all theses wantaways. Not bad for us working stiffs to watch overpaid egos ruin our season and Saturday entertainment. Instead we continually pick theses players and , certainly in the Eriksen case, allow them to stroll about and make monkeys of our team. Win or lose we want our team to play with pride and obvious desire. Remember folks, we are paying these guys wages.

    • You are another fan blaming the chairman. The manager is inept and make poor on fiield decsions. Lucas Moura cannot find a consisrent place in the line up and all he does is score goals or scare the lights out of defenders. We are back to this stupid 3 man defense that sees us out of place on routine defensive assignments. That is not Levy. If there were no quality and the manager was having a hard time putting a competitive line up put that blame on Levy. Harry Kane cannot play with another close to him, yet he continue to have Son playing inside instead of using a 433 formation and Son and Moura out wide for wideth. Take at look at the on field decison then talk to me instead ot writing this nonesense about Levy and ENIC.


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