Tottenham boss Antonio Conte has revealed that centre-back Cristian Romero may very well be out for a while after struggling an harm on worldwide obligation.
The Argentine broken his hamstring in a 0-0 draw with Brazil on Tuesday night and, talking forward of Sunday’s Premier League conflict with Leeds United, Conte confirmed that Romero faces a spell on the sidelines.
He stated: “We’ve unhealthy information about Cristian Romero about his harm. I spoke to the docs and now it’s to attend 7-10 days for one more scan to see how lengthy it’ll take him to get better.
“Giovani Lo Celso didn’t come again completely bodily and I don’t learn about him if he’s accessible. Romero isn’t accessible then there’s the remainder of the staff.”
The Tottenham chief additionally confirmed that he has a dilemma in midfield forward of the sport in north London.
Oliver Skipp is banned, whereas Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg additionally suffered a knock on worldwide obligation. That opens the door for Harry Winks or Tanguy Ndombele to make a return.
Conte added: “Skippy was banned for one recreation however within the earlier video games we performed with Skippy and Hojbjerg. I hope as we speak to have Hojbjerg again with the staff as a result of he was away for the week, after which there’s one between Winks and Tanguy [to play instead of Skipp].”
Ndombele urged to do extra
As for Ndombele, Conte revealed that he’s making an attempt to get extra out of the gifted French playmaker.
He added: “I’ve seen many managers battle together with his place. He has the standard. He has to grasp it’s a staff and he has to play into the staff. It is very important do what the place asks you to do.
“We’re working very laborious. He has to work way more than the others. He has expertise however he has to place it into the staff for the staff, not for the one participant.
“Each single participant has to know what he has to do. If each participant simply runs across the pitch, will probably be a large number.”