Update On Richarlison’s Injury From Tottenham
Richarlison’s absence from Saturday’s 3-0 FA Cup victory against Preston raised injury concerns for Tottenham Hotspur assistant coach Cristian Stellini, but the Italian played them down.
Due to a hamstring injury, Richarlison has been restricted to only three substitute appearances since the World Cup.
Due to Harry Kane’s sickness recovery, he was anticipated to start at Deepdale. However, he was not included to the matchday squad, and Stellini subsequently confirmed Richarlison was absent due to an adductor issue.
The Italian said that Richarlison’s injury was not severe and that he should return to training the following week as Spurs get ready to host Premier League champion Manchester City on Sunday.
Stellini remarked, “He’s had a little issue in the previous several days. “We made an attempt to retrieve him, but it was a bad idea. We just had Harry Kane ill, so putting him at danger was not a wise choice. Next week, Richarlison will be located.
Stellini said, when asked whether the injury was connected to the hamstring problem, “No, no, no, it was a distinct injury. He made a full recovery. He has a little issue with his adductor, nothing major.
Arnaut Danjuma was acquired by Tottenham this week on loan, sabotaging Everton’s attempt to get the Villarreal striker.