“SON Asian Cup, Tottenham’s worst blow” up to 1 month absence → championship race ‘red alert’

On the 12th (KST), British media ‘Football London’ reported, “Tottenham are in danger of suffering a triple blow to their Premier League title challenge. Spurs boss Enzi Postecoglou must urgently address this”.

‘Tottenham are set to lose three key players during the international break,’ said Football London.

Unfortunately, Postecoglou will be without three of his most important stars for up to a month.

The biggest blow is undoubtedly South Korea’s captain, Son Heung-min.

Son will be at the Asian Cup, while central midfielders Yves Bissouma and Pape Sarr will be at the Africa Cup of Nations. Bissouma represents Mali and Sarr represents Senegal.

All three are part of Tottenham’s best 11.

Tottenham’s offense would collapse without Son Heung-min right now. 온라인카지노

In midfield, the team can hold on with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Oiver Skip once Rodrigo Bentancur returns from injury.

‘Heung-min worked perfectly with summer signing James Maddison,’ says Football Transfer Tavern. They were directly involved in each other’s two goals.

Son has scored six goals in eight games.

That’s already more than half his tally of 10 goals from all of last season,” he said, revealing just how important Son is to Spurs.

The outlet went on to say, ‘Son Heung-min will leave for Qatar from January 12 to February 10. During that time, Tottenham will play Manchester United, Brentford, Everton, and Brighton.

If the team advances further in the FA Cup, Son will miss even more games. The Nations Cup is also taking place around the same time.

Spurs lead the Premier League table through the eighth round of the 2023-2024 season with six wins, two draws, and 20 points.

Spurs are being hailed for their early season form, but they need to overcome a fatal weakness: a very shallow squad.

‘I’m sure Postecoglou is already thinking about this,’ says FootballDaily.

But whether he has the players to cope with it is another matter,’ hinting that a transfusion is inevitable.

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