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Tottenham medical team releases shocking injury update on player 

We are pleased to have Dr. Rajpal Brar, an expert on injuries, as our exclusive columnist. He will share his opinions on Tottenham Hotspur’s injury situation every week.

Tottenham defender Micky van de Ven’s injury may be worse than first expected in terms of the intensity, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.

According to the injury expert, he may have a Grade 2 hamstring tear or a Grade 3 full rupture, and he is unlikely to return to training before the end of the year.

Given that Premier Injuries announced a first-team football return on January 14, it is reasonable to believe that he will return in the first week of January.

Dr. Brar, a sports scientist and physical therapist, spoke exclusively with Toronto News about the current state of play with van de Ven.

This is likely a high Grade 2 tear and that’s what I initially thought but it can also be a Grade 3 rupture of the hamstring, looking at the timeline.

“In that case, I would expect him to return to training near the new year or later. It’s safe to expect him back not before the first week of January.

This appears to be the effect of his high-intensity sprints throughout the season and it’s important that his return is handled systematically without rushing him back.

During the summer, the 22-year-old showed up at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with little fanfare.

But after just a few games, fans realized why Ange Postecoglou had signed the Dutch defender.

He is one of the first names on the Australian team sheet and has participated in 11 Premier League games this season.

On one occasion, he even succeeded in finding the back of the net, scoring the game-winning goal against Luton Town in October.

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