Tottenham Hotspur chief, Jose Mourinho, will be without Steven Bergwijn for a long period after the Dutch forward got a lower leg issue during their 1-1 draw with Burnley on Saturday.
Bergwijn’s physical issue further exhausts Mourinho’s assaulting choices.
The Portuguese is as of now without the harmed Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.
“Following evaluation and assessment by our clinical group, we can affirm that Steven Bergwijn endured a huge sprain to one side lower leg during our match against Burnley,” an official club proclamation read.
“The Netherlands worldwide will currently experience an all-encompassing time of restoration where his advancement will keep on being evaluated.”
Bergwijn will miss Tuesday’s excursion to Leipzig, where Spurs must topple a 1-0 first leg shortage, to advance to the quarter-finals of the Champions League.