Tottenham have been handed a major injury blow after defender Sergio Reguilon hobbled off the pitch during Spain’s 0-0 draw with Portugal on Wednesday.
The 23-year-old is a quality player, and his absence will be a blow for Tottenham in the coming weeks.
The Premier League club are still awaiting the result of the scans to learn the true extent of the damage, and it will be interesting to see how long the left-back will be sidelined now.
Although the London club have Ben Davies to deputize in his absence, the Welsh defender is not as good going forward and that will affect Tottenham’s attack.
Spain manager Luis Enrique has offered a worrying update after the game, and he confirmed that it is a blow for the team and the doctors will have to find out just how serious the injury is. He went on to add, but he hopes the injury doesn’t get too complicated.
He said: “It is a blow that the doctors have to see. I hope it doesn’t get complicated.”
Tottenham had rotten luck with injuries last season, and they will be hoping to get lucky this year.
They lost several key players two injuries last season, and Mourinho will need better luck to get back into the top four and challenge for trophies this year.