Moussa Sissoko has declared himself fit and is raring to go after recovering from the first serious injury of his career.
The French midfielder was forced to undergo surgery on his right knee in January after sustaining medical collateral ligament damage during the New Year’s Day defeat to Southampton.
Sissoko was initially set to miss the majority of the rest of the campaign, but with COVID-19 causing all football to be suspended for three months, it gives the him the opportunity to play a part in the Tottenham’s final nine Premier League games.
Along with Heung Min Son, Steven Bergwijn and Harry Kane, the 30-year-old returned to first-team training recently and will be looking to make his long-awaited return against Manchester United on Friday week.
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— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 9, 2020