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Team news ahead of United - latest on Ryan Sessegnon

Thu 10 March 2022, 16:00|Tottenham Hotspur

Antonio Conte reports that Ryan Sessegnon faces a spell out with a muscular injury.

It means the wing-back will join Oliver Skipp (groin) and Japhet Tanganga (knee) on the sidelines for our huge Premier League clash against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday (5.30pm).

It’s a blow for the Ryan, who was in the best form of his Spurs career so far when injury struck against Everton on Monday evening. He had racked up six successive starts in all competitions, providing assists for the opening goal in our 4-0 win at Leeds and again for the first goal, an own goal, in our 5-0 win against the Toffees.

Unfortunately, he pulled up holding the back of his left leg in the final moments of the first half and had to be replaced at half-time by Sergio Reguilon, who then scored with his first touch to make it 4-0 at the start of the second half.

Speaking to us after training on Thursday, Antonio said: “Ryan had a scan, and he has a muscular problem. I think he will need one month to recover. For sure, it’s a pity because at the moment Ryan is giving continuity in his performances and this injury is no good for him, no good for the team.

“We have to stay close to him and to support him to recover very soon. I was a player and I know that when you are injured, it’s a tough time for you because you are not able to do your work, and for this reason you are frustrated.”

Speaking about Skippy and Japhet at his pre-match press conference, Antonio added: “They are not ready, we have to wait.”