Republic of Eire supervisor Stephen Kenny has revealed that Matt Doherty will meet with a specialist tomorrow after struggling a knee damage in opposition to Aston Villa.
Doherty was on the receiving finish of a robust problem from Matty Money in the course of the first half of the 4-0 victory at Villa Park on Saturday night and was pressured off minutes later having been unable to proceed following medical consideration.
It has but to be determined whether or not Doherty requires surgical procedure on the damage, which is prone to maintain him out of motion for round ten to 12 weeks and miss Spurs’ remaining seven Premier League matches of the marketing campaign as they give the impression of being to safe a prime 4 end.
Kenny has admitted that he’s not holding out a lot hope of Doherty being slot in time to return to motion for Eire’s UEFA Nations League fixtures in June, the place they’ll face a double header in opposition to Ukraine together with matches in opposition to Armenia and Scotland.
“The preliminary prognosis they have been speaking 10-12 weeks, it’s a knee ligament damage, that’s the place we’re with that.
Whereas no damage is ever welcome in a participant’s profession, it has come at such a merciless time in Doherty’s stint at Tottenham. The defender had proven a big enchancment over the previous six weeks which has seen his confidence develop and even grow to be one of many fundamental creators within the group.
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