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EPL: Tottenham Football Club Welcome Back Trio from injury

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Tottenham football club manager Jose Mourinho says the trio of Harry Kane, Musa Sissoko, and Steven Bergwijn are back from long-term injuries.

The return to full fitness of the three players is a big boost to the Tottenham Football club as league action is set to return imminently.

Harry Kane suffered an injury blow against Southampton in January to put his league participation for the remainder of the campaign and the Euro 2020 in doubt but he is now fully recovered according to his manager.

The England international has 11 goals in 20 appearances for Spurs this season.

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Another key player who is now fit for Tottenham is

Moussa Sissoko.

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The French International had an injury in his knee and

went through the knife in January, 2020 and he’s now fully fit and he might still play a part in Tottenham campaign this season.

Dutch winger Steven Bergwijn also boost the North London squad as he is fit too and ready to start training with other squad members.

The 22-year-old joined Jose Mourinho side during the January, 2020 winter window from PSV Eindhoven in Netherland.

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Bergwign return to fitness will add versatility and width to Spurs attack as the current campaign is set to return latest by June for completion.

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Tottenham are occupying the 8th position on the EPL league table and 7 points adrift of UCL place.

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The North London side are hoping to dislodge Chelsea from the last Champions League qualification table.

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