Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho, has said every one of his players have recouped from injury.
Addressing Sky Sports, Mourinho, be that as it may, conceded the players will battle to play to their most extreme because of the absence of match time.
Before the COVID-19 break, Spurs had various injury issues, including Harry Kane’s hamstring issue, Heung-Min Son’s arm injury, in addition to broadened unlucky deficiencies for Steven Bergwijn and Moussa Sissoko.
During their break, Mourinho and the group were taken out of the FA Cup and Champions League.
“I cannot say in this moment they are ready to play because one thing is to recover from an injury, and another is to be ready to play football.
“For us, of course, it is a great feeling, because we finished the period with that defeat at Leipzig, where we were really, really in trouble to have 11 players, including attacking players, and in this moment (Erik) Lamela, Son, Dele (Alli), Harry Kane, Bergwijn, everybody is fit now,” Mourinho said.
Although there is no agreed date for resumption, the Premier League are looking to restart with Tottenham taking on Manchester United at home.